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Parents: What do you want to know about Chicago’s looming teachers strike?

STEM posters hang on a wall in May 2019 at North-Grand High School in Chicago.
STEM posters hang on a wall in May 2019 at North-Grand High School in Chicago.
tacey Rupolo / Chalkbeat

On the heels of an overwhelming vote to authorize a teachers strike, parents of schoolchildren may be asking, “Now what?”

With the possibility that without a last-minute settlement, their children may be out of school for an uncertain length of time, many parents will have to find child care, breakfast, lunch and possibly health care and transportation.

Certainly some parents have been preparing for the possibility of a strike.

Now with that reality looming in about a week, we want to hear from you.

What could a Chicago teachers strike mean for you? What would you like to know, and what questions do you have?

Please fill out this survey, and we’ll publish a selection of your comments, along with our answers.

You can also fill out the survey in Spanish here.

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