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Chicago school principals, assistant principals and school leaders are calling for a school reopening pilot program as a solution to end the standoff and policy conflict between the Chicago Public Schools and the Chicago Teachers Union on the best way to get students back into actual classrooms.
Everyone understands and sees firsthand the social and emotional toll the COVID-19 pandemic is having on our school communities. Take part in a three-part series to see what you can do to help.
Where workers have been able to act collectively and bargain through their union, they have been able to secure enhanced safety measures, additional premium pay, and paid sick time, during the pandemic.

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National School Choice Week begins this week. Every year, private school voucher proponents use this week to push their pro-voucher agenda under the guise of school choice.