Officials in Chicago and the city's teachers' union have reached an agreement, and teachers will back to their classrooms on Tuesday.
After nearly a week of discussions, the Chicago Public Schools (CPS) and the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) reached an agreement.
Last Thursday, CTU members voted to end in-person instruction. CPS turned down an attempt to make a quick transition to digital classrooms, and as a result, the school was canceled for 4 days.
Teachers and other school personnel must come back to work on Tuesday, and in-person classes will resume the next day, according to the revised agreement.
11 Jan 2022