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Estudiantes de Chicago Student Pandemic Response, GoodKidsMadCity y otros grupos recorrieron Wabash Avenue en Bronzeville para abogar contra la reapertura de escuelas en las próximas semanas. Se espera que las Escuelas Públicas de Chicago den la bienvenida a los estudiantes de K-8 el 1 de febrero.

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Activistas adolescentes en Chicago alzan sus voces contra CPS, exigiendo más recursos al continuar la enseñanza remota

Karina Mireya, La DePaulia Multimedia Editor January 26, 2021

Con las crecientes tensiones entre las Escuelas Públicas de Chicago y el Sindicato de Maestros de Chicago después de un voto de acción colectiva de los miembros de rango, activistas adolescentes se...

Maestra de escuela secundaria Kelly en el vecindario de Brighton Park, Anna Lane, se une a los maestros de toda la ciudad en un

“CPS nos ofrece una espada de doble filo”: Maestros y padres de CPS exigen más recursos al reabrir clases

Erika Pérez, Staff Writer January 19, 2021

A pesar de que los casos de Covid-19 continúan aumentando en Chicago, en la carta de reapertura de las Escuelas Públicas de Chicago se afirma que, "Según los datos de salud pública, las escuelas pueden...

Lincoln Park High School, located just blocks away from DePaul’s campus, is part of CPS.  (Photo courtesy of Kseferovic | Wikimedia Commons)

CPS students continue remote learning for the rest of 2020

Petya Georgieva, Contributing Writer December 13, 2020

Every morning, lunchroom associate Theodora Stryalkova walks around Dever Elementary School, one of the closed CPS schools for remote learning and feels as if she is in a ghost house. Even though the...

Lincoln Park High School, located just blocks away from DePaul’s campus, is part of CPS.  (Photo courtesy of Kseferovic | Wikimedia Commons)

CPS plans phased reopening for second quarter despite criticisms

Cailey Gleeson and Nadia Hernandez November 8, 2020

Despite surging Covid-19 cases, Chicago Public Schools plans to initiate the first stage of phased reopening in November with preschoolers and special education students returning to in-person instruction,...

CPD fuera de CPS: ¿Qué significa el movimiento de desfinanciar a la policía?

Stephania Rodriguez , Staff Writer October 12, 2020

Este verano, tras la muerte de George Floyd en Minneapolis, hemos visto a miles de personas en Chicago marchar en reacción  a los asesinatos de la comunidad afroamericana a manos de la policía y en...

En esta foto de archivo del 26 de agosto de 2020, un estudiante del Distrito Escolar Unificado de Los Ángeles toma una clase en línea en el Boys & Girls Club of Hollywood.

Clases en linea ‘difícil,’ dicen estudiantes y padres de CPS

Johanna Stephens and María Marta Guzmán October 8, 2020

Las escuelas públicas de Chicago han regresado a clases en línea a medida que los maestros y los estudiantes se adaptan. Tanto los padres como los estudiantes han reportado el regreso a la escuela como...

Members of the Chicago Teachers Union walk the streets of Chicago to strike for support staff members, smaller class sizes and paid prep time on Thursday, Oct. 17.

Chicago Teachers Union strike may be over, but continues to affect student athletes

Joey Cahue, Contributing Writer November 12, 2019

Endless hours of after-school practices, long commutes to away games and late nights buried in books after their games – all this demanding work and preparation could go to waste for Chicago Public Schools...

Chicago Public Schools losing $4 million federal grant money

Samuel Rahman, Contributing Writer October 15, 2018

The federal Department of Education has decided to withhold $4 million in grant money from Chicago Public Schools, citing the district’s failure to protect students from sexual assault. The letter notifying...

CPS students get shot to see ‘Hamilton

Jessica Villagomez March 21, 2017

Elizabeth Rojas, 16, has never liked history class. It wasn’t until learning about the award-winning play, “Hamilton” at the end of her sophomore year that she began to show interest in America’s...

CPS and CTU call cease-fire

CPS and CTU call cease-fire

Yazmin Dominguez October 16, 2016

Peace, justice and conflict studies major and president of the nonpartisan political group Impact Alex Boutros stands in solidarity with the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU). For the past five weeks, Boutros...

Lincoln Park High School, located just blocks away from DePaul’s campus, is part of CPS.  (Photo courtesy of Kseferovic | Wikimedia Commons)

CPS budget cuts disproportionately effect low-income students

Rachel Hinton October 10, 2016

When Julian Gomez walked across the stage at Allstate Arena this June, diploma in hand, tassle now on the left side of his cap, he couldn’t have predicted that two weeks into his new job there would...

CPS teachers push through budget cuts

Yazmin Dominguez July 25, 2016

Back in 2011, when Gov. Bruce Rauner was a private equity executive who was participating with the Chicago Public Education Fund, he labeled half of CPS teachers as “virtually illiterate” in an email...

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