Former CPS CEO Paul Vallas wanted to be interim president, but the embattled university instead selected a former dean for the position.
Educators at Noble charter schools say the administration is illegally trying to thwart their efforts to become the largest charter union.
The Chicago Teachers Union said if the school year is officially cut short then they will gather to discuss their options.
A bill to give teachers the right to strike over more issues was approved by a House committee Wednesday, but it’s far from becoming law.
Gary Solomon was sentenced for his part in a bribery scandal that ended the career of former CPS Schools CEO Byrd-Bennett.
Questions and controversy surround the projects.
More than 100 schools might not be able to provide after-school programs for low-income students if Trump’s budget cuts are approved.
Juan Salgado was chosen after a year-long search to run CCC. He’ll replace Cheryl Hyman, who announced her resignation last summer.
Teachers at four Aspira Charter Schools announced late Thursday a deal to avoid a strike.
The Chicago Teachers Union is considering a one-day strike if Chicago Public Schools cancels the last 13 days of the school year.