The Chicago Teachers Union voted late Tuesday night to shift to remote learning, saying schools are unsafe because of the city’s record-high COVID positivity rate. But the mayor and the city’s top doc continue to assert that schools are safe. Reset checks in with WBEZ education reporter Sarah Karp and CTU Vice President Stacy Davis Gates. We also check in with Suzanne Johnson, deputy superintendent of school district U-46 in Elgin about how their district is responding.
GUESTS: Sarah Karp, WBEZ education reporter
Stacy Davis Gates, CTU Vice President
Suzanne Johnson, Deputy Superintendent of school district U-46