Chicago Public Schools & President Karen Lewis

Chicago Public Schools, commonly abbreviated as CPS by local residents and politicians and officially classified as City of Chicago School District #299 for funding and districting reasons, is a large school district that manages over 600 public elementary and high schools in Chicago, Illinois. Karen Lewis (born 1950s) is an American television soap opera writer. 1.7/5

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A day after Jean-Claude Brizard stepped down as head of the Chicago Public Schools, Chicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis said she thinks Mayor Rahm Emanuel set up Brizard for failure.
Editorial: With its refusal to suspend the Chicago teachers strike and to approve the outline of the deal struck with the Chicago Public Schools on Friday, the Chicago Teachers Union has humiliated Mayor Rahm Emanuel. On Friday, CPS Board President David Vitale and CTU President Karen Lewis agreed ...
Two sides in the battle to end a Chicago teachers strike emerged from Wednesday night talks “hopeful’’ that students might be back in school Friday. CTU President Karen Lewis said her message to parents was “for sure, plan for something for your children for [Thursday]. Let’s hope for Friday.’’
The Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) has hit the streets in what many have dubbed “the first strike in a generation” in their faceoff against the Chicago Public Schools (CPS) and Mayor Rahm Emanuel. First the numbers, CTU rejected a 16 percent raise over four years; The average Chicago teacher’s salary is $76,000—higher than any other metropolitan district; The average Chicago resident’s salary is $47,000; The average annual teacher pension payout in Illinois is $41,000; CPS is facing a $1 billion shortfall at year’s end; The school day was, until recently, only five hours and 45 minutes, and; 52% of Chicago fourth graders can’t read at a basic level. CTU President Karen Lewis and the union aren’t shy that they think they deserve better, and they aren’t even shouting out the usual rhetoric about making schools better for kids. It’s all about them. So-called “job security” measures, not compensation, appear to be driving the walkout. The Chicago Tribune explains that the recall policy ...
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