The teachers union shared more details about demands it will make as it negotiates a new contract with Chicago Public Schools.

The plan — which will be finalized this summer — will prioritize improving students’ daily experiences in the classroom, addressing staffing and funding, and collaborating more closely with school communities.

As a second grade teacher, Precious Allen teaches every subject to her students, but emphasizes science, engineering, and math with hopes of inspiring her students to pursue those fields.

Federal COVID money has helped Chicago Public Schools avoid cuts and add staff and programs. What happens when the money is gone?

Anyone can vote in these uniquely Chicago elections for representatives to serve on the governing bodies of each public school. Here’s how to participate.