We have 35 days until students report to school, and CPS must immediately start planning transparently and in partnership with our union to provide every student the educational, social and emotional supports they need to learn and grow.
This member communication provides updates on discussions with CPS over fall schooling, finalized pay tables with veteran pay resolved and CPS leave policies clarified for issues related to the pandemic.
After sharing our concerns and demands in numerous special education committee and impact bargaining meetings, ODLSS withdrew its position that clinicians must be available to support remote learning activities for six hours per day. Instead, they will follow the mutually agreed work hours…
Teachers are making the best of a bad situation, but a Google classroom is not a classroom.
In a normal school year, students and staff at Alex Haley Academy spend the month of April celebrating student artwork and preparing to enter the All City Visual Arts Exhibition. But this school year is far from normal.
Locke Elementary School teacher Michol Whitney has a message for her colleagues.
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.