Teachers have been using this week to work with their principal on a remote learning strategy and will be paid through PHE. Members will also be paid their earned vacation pay for Spring Break, April 6-10. Upon returning from vacation, members will begin teleworking.
“Am I doing this right? Am I doing enough? Am I screwing this up? Should I be doing more with my child?” The answers to those questions are simple: Absolutely. …
We met with CPS about its remote learning plan and forthcoming guidance this weekend, and after a planning week and Spring Break, remote learning begins the week of April 13.
Racism and xenophobia existed long before Donald Trump, and have a long and unfortunate history not just in politics, but in our unions.
The mayor wants to line up volunteer CTU staff support for childcare centers in a small number of schools located near hospitals to care for children of healthcare workers. We need more assurances on member safety and we’re pushing for them.
CTU delegates were sent this message with the goal of ensuring that organizing continues, even as members work remotely.
Students in Temporary Living Situations (students who may be homeless, “doubled up” or in a similar situation) have resources available through CPS to help them get through this COVID-19 emergency.
CTU members with the PPO health plan can obtain unlimited telehealth mental health sessions. Three are free. Subsequent visits are covered according to the plan…