Chicago-based human rights advocates have sent a letter to the United Nations’ Office of the High Commissioner on Human Rights asking the international body to monitor Chicago’s school closings.The “letter of allegation” sent Tuesday evening to Geneva, Switzerland, asks U.N.
Host Tony Sarabia is back, and we talk about the recent CPS layoffs and how they may effect the education system? And with National Health Care on the horizon, we are taking a look at preventive care and its effect on our overwhelmed emergency care services.
After announcing massive layoffs, the district wants Chicago teachers to be part of a statewide plan that includes greater employee contributions, salary caps for pensions, higher retirement ages and revised cost of living adjustments.
Chicago Public Schools is laying off a massive number of teachers and school staff. 2,113 employees will get pink slips—about half of them are teachers. Teacher aides, clerks, lunch staff, and security guards are also affected.
A top Chicago Public Schools official is expected back on the stand Thursday morning. Dr. Markay Winston was the first witness for the Chicago Board of Education, which started presenting evidence late Wednesday afternoon.
Entertainment Weekly released their list of the "10 All-Time Greatest TV Shows". We dissect the list and hear from you about what shows are missing. A new film festival features stories of life in Chicago when the Bulls and Michael Jordan dominated the sport and the city.