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Some Chicago schools in high-poverty areas lost 1 in 7 teachers to layoffs

Talks between Chicago and its teachers union are stalled — but teachers will still return for first day of school

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Amid stalemate with teachers union, Chicago mayor vows to press ahead with reopening schools

Chicago cancels in-person classes Wednesday as teachers announce walkout

Chicago teachers vote to defy district orders and stay remote, thwarting reopening

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In Chicago, teachers with children less likely to get permission to work from home

Among the Chicago Teachers Union’s demands: no to ‘simultaneous instruction’

With a reopening date set, will Chicago teachers come? 

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Chicago is weighing whether to reopen schools. Can it move forward without the consent of its teachers?

Chicago Teachers Union sues Betsy DeVos and district over special education plans

Despite coronavirus uncertainty, Chicago school leaders move forward with $125 million budget boost

Goodbye As, Bs and Cs? Chicago Public Schools to revisit grading during pandemic

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Chicago teachers vote to ratify new contract by wide margin

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With less than a week before strike, Chicago sweetens offer to teachers; union calls it ‘insulting’

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Chicago teachers vote by wide margin to move toward strike

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