Chicago Teachers Union advances school reopening plan; delegates cast ‘no confidence’ vote against mayor, CPS

CHICAGO — Chicago Teachers Union delegates have agreed to ask all 25,000 members to vote on a tentative reopening deal with Chicago Public Schools. The majority of the 600-member House of Delegates voted Monday evening in favor of sending the proposed agreement to members, the union confirmed via Twitter. Voting is expected to take place this week, and the deal would have the first group of students start returning to schools on Thursday. At the same time, the union’s delegates passed a “no-confidence” resolution against Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the CPS leadership, with 90% voting in favor, CT…

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