By Kurt Hilgendorf, Legislative and Policy Director | March 4, 2022 | Legislative Update, News
File under: COVID, Cristina Pacione-Zayas, ILGA: Illinois General Assembly, Janet Yang Rohr, Lindsay LaPointe, pre-k, Standardized Tests
The Illinois House passed two bills this week of key importance to CTU members: HB 1167: COVID Administrative Days and HB 5285: Too Young to Test.
By House of Delegates | April 7, 2021 | News, Resolutions
File under: Clinicians, Collective Bargaining, Itinerant Teachers, pre-k, school reopening, Special Education
This resolution was passed by the House of Delegates at its April 7, 2021 monthly meeting.
By CTU Communications | January 3, 2021 | News, Press Release Black and Brown parents join CTU members in rejecting in-person learning, as CPS continues to reject accommodations for workers — including CTU member with brain tumor — and schools remain largest single source of COVID exposure in state. 6:30 a.m. Mon., Jan. 4 —...
File under: Chicago Public Schools, Chicago Teachers Union, COVID, COVID-19, CPS: Chicago Public Schools, CTU, Lori Lightfoot, pre-k, special education cluster
By Pavlyn Jankov | November 5, 2015 | Schools
File under: educational funding, pre-k, Privatization, Special Education
Chicago’s Social Impact Bond contract ties the non- identification of special education needs directly to the profit-stream of major banks.