Chicago Public Schools and the Chicago Teachers Union continued talks this week about how to reopen district schools safely for families who want an in-person option. But so far, there’s no deal. Chalkbeat Chicago keeps track of the blow-by-blow here.
In case you missed them, Chicago Unheard has been sharing our mic with parents over the last few weeks and you can hear it directly from them. Here’s our latest conversation, en espanol, which took place earlier today:
Last Thursday, we had a thoughtful discussion moderated by our own Tanesha Peeples. Check it out here:
Most importantly, parents views on reopening, no matter who they are or where they live, are not monolithic. For more Spanish-language discussion of reopening, don’t miss our January conversation in partnership with Kids First Chicago:
If you have time this weekend, take a listen to some of these important conversations.
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