The battle for a $15 minimum wage salary proceeds
After removing police officers, schools now need to come up with a whole school safety plan
Community Peacemakers Return to CPS at Pivotal Time
After a year away, Community Peacemakers at DePaul return to CPS classrooms.
Why They Walked Out: CPS Students Take to the Streets to Protest COVID-19 Safety in Schools
“We deserve to be protected, we deserve to be safe.” This piece contains interactive audio elements. Click highlighted text to hear on-the-ground audio and immerse..
CPS Parents Protesting Unclear COVID-19 Approach Take Education Into Their Own Hands
“I don’t even feel safe at lunchtime, three feet isn’t enough…and leaving school, it’s basically just a pile of kids and adults trying..
“It was something that we as students never knew we needed.” Editor’s note: This article contains one mention of a racial slur being used by..
Getting Connected: Chicago’s Digital Equity and Disparities in Remote Education
Every Monday through Friday, North Grand High School teacher Alexis Chapa goes to work remotely from 7:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. and then attends three..
5 Takeaways from our Public Newsroom on How to Report on Education
On Tuesday 14 East held our first public newsroom of 2021 on how to report on education in Chicago and beyond. We had a lineup..
CTU Strike Daily Coverage: What’s Happening at the Picket Line
As the Chicago Teachers Union strike continues, 14 East is continuing its coverage at public schools across the city. Below is an account of some..
CPS Teachers and Support Staff in Bronzeville Strike for More Equitable Resources
Chicago Teachers Union walk out amid contract negotiations As the sun began to rise Thursday morning, a teacher dressed in a bright red sweatshirt walked..