Chicago public schools cancel classes again in COVID-19 teacher walkout
By Steve Gorman - Chicago Public Schools, the third-largest U.S. education district, canceled classes for a second day on Thursday amid a walkout by teachers demanding tougher COVID-19 protection measures, although city officials insisted schools are safe. The stalemate, idling some 340,000 students, came after the teachers' union voted to reinstate virtual instruction and pushed for
Virtual 'walkout': Chicago teachers vote for remote learning; city cancels classes for most of its 330,000 students
Teachers in the nation’s third-largest school district voted Tuesday to switch to remote learning, prompting Chicago Public Schools to cancel Wednesday classes for its 330,000 students.
Chicago Teachers Union Votes In Favor Of Going To Remote Learning; CPS CEO Martinez Says Such A Vote Means Schools Will Be Open, But Classes Canceled
The Chicago Teachers Union voted Tuesday night in favor of going to remote learning for Chicago Public Schools classes amid a COVID-19 surge.
Chicago cancels classes after union backs remote learning
CHICAGO (AP) — Classes in Chicago’s public schools will be canceled Wednesday after the teachers union voted to switch to remote learning due to the latest COVID-19 surge, district officials announced late Tuesday.