School district and union talks fall apart in Chicago; mayor pushes reopening to Tuesday

CHICAGO — Mayor Lori Lightfoot has ordered all Chicago Public Schools teachers who don’t have permission to stay home due to medical concerns to come back to the classroom Monday, setting up potential lockouts that could spur another teachers strike. “We expect all of our teachers who have not received a specific accommodation to come to school tomorrow,” Lightfoot said Sunday evening. According to CPS, in-person learning for pre-K through eighth grade will now begin Tuesday. CPS CEO Janice Jackson said teachers who fail to report to buildings Monday “will have their access to Google Suite cut…

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