Around 32,000 Chicago Public Schools teachers and support staff are on strike after Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the Chicago Teachers Union failed to reach a contract agreement.Reset brings you the latest on picketing, contract negotiations and what it all means for CPS teachers, parents and students.GUEST: Kate Grossman, WBEZ senior education editor
Mayor Lori Lightfoot says she expects the Chicago Teachers Union to announce a strike Wednesday night.
The city of Chicago has dramatic life expectancy gaps between rich and poor neighborhoods. In “Closing the Gap” we explore solutions.
Lonnie Bunch’s new memoir details the story of creating the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
The Gateway Foundation has launched an “Out in Recovery” program tailored for LGBTQ+ community members who struggle with substance use.
Jacqueline Stewart is the TCM network’s first African-American host in its 25-year history.
The MacArthur Foundation announced its grant winners for 2019. Several are innovators with Chicago ties, including Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Chicago Theater and Performance Studies Annie Dorsen. Dorsen is innovating in the world of theater and tech.