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Complaint against top CPS official alleges verbal abuse of employees and toxic work environment

Dr. Stephanie Jones, head of CPS special education department, allegedly created a toxic work environment, according to a newly surfaced complaint.

With Mayor Lightfoot and Chicago officials placing blame on everyone except police, how does Little Village heal after Adam Toledo’s shooting?

After the death of 13-year-old Adam Toledo, the Little Village neighborhood is left looking for answers and a path toward healing.

“Worried, but relieved,” Bouchet elementary school parents in South Shore have mixed emotions about CPS hybrid learning plan

Parents of K-5 students who opted into hybrid learning at Bouchet Elementary in South Shore have mixed emotions as they reflect on their kids' first day back for in-person learning.

CPD rejects 70% of recommendations for SRO policy in Chicago Public Schools

As the March 24 deadline approaches for CPS to plan a phase-out of the SRO program, CPD rejected 70% of recommendations from the SRO working group.

Unaware of alternative safety plans, some CPS parents choose to keep police in schools

Some CPS parents are sticking with the only form of safety they know: keeping CPD in schools.

GKMC’s Miracle Boyd and other organizers stand firm in their demands to defund police after Decolonize Zhigaagoong protest

"It's time we defund the police and put the guns down," Boyd told The TRiiBE.

Northside College Prep’s LSC is the first in CPS to vote police out of school: ‘The fight isn’t over’

"It's going to put more pressure on the Board of Education to listen to students, teachers, parents, and community members."

Chicago youth activists for #CopsOutCPS provide answers to questions about police-free schools

"The idea of policing has never been about safety. It has always been about surveillance."

After a failed CPS Board vote to remove CPD from schools, youth activists vow to keep fighting

"What's interesting is that all the women on the board voted yes on the motion while all the men voted no," said Alycia Kamil, a CPS alum.