At The Virtual Table: Politics and Chicago Public Schools

Hosts Lynn Sweet and Laura Washington from the Chicago Sun-Times discussed the future of public education in Chicago with key figures on both sides of the elected school board debate.

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At The Virtual Table: Politics and the Chicago Public Schools

Hosts Lynn Sweet and Laura Washington from the Chicago Sun-Times discussed the future of public education in Chicago with key figures on both sides of the elected school board debate: Stacy Davis Gates, Vice President of the Chicago Teachers Union, Sybil Madison, Deputy Chicago Mayor for Education and Human Services, as well as Sun-Times education reporter Nader Issa.

Rewatch the May 20 live event here:

At The Virtual Table is a monthly Sun-Times political discussion series. Follow the Sun-Times on Eventbrite or subscribe to our Promotions newsletter to stay up to date on upcoming events.

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