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Chicago Teachers Union

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Bronzeville »

The school's advocates argue low performance was due to low investment in Dyett and its students.

Kenwood »

A total of 54 teachers and 40 teaching assistants were told last week their last day would be Nov. 20.

Downtown »

A request for new charter proposals in neighborhoods where they haven't been welcome drew criticism.

Downtown »

A district spokeswoman insists CPS is committed to its five-year pledge not to shut more schools.

Auburn Gresham »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel said first-day attendance wasn't the true test of "consolidated" schools.

Pilsen »

Pilsen’s URI-EICHEN gallery is displaying more than 250 photos for the strike’s one-year anniversary.

Bronzeville »

No incidents were reported along Safe Passage routes as students returned to school.

Downtown »

Former CPS boss also jabs Rahm Emanuel, saying he needs to "let go" and "allow his managers to lead."

Albany Park »

Alexandria Hollett, 28, was one of 2,000 CPS teachers and staff expected to be laid off Friday.

Irving Park »

Alex Hollett was honored for teaching students how to accept others and question the status quo.

Near West Side »

A $111,000 program that teaches kids habits for success borrowed from the world of business.

River North »

"They don't want to pay," said the Chicago Teachers Union boss. "But do you want to pay for prisons?"