CPS is cutting more special education teachers and special education aides from 164 schools. Due to the cuts, special education students will continue to suffer in CPS schools. They face a high unemployment rate and also extreme incarceration rates in the Cook County Juvenile Temporary Detention Center (JTDC). Students with disabilities must have adequate resources to not only excel in school, but also gain the necessary skills needed to gain employment and stay out of trouble
Join us for a Town Hall and learn about the impacts of the cuts to special education. You will also have the opportunity to speak out against the current cuts and its impact on students, parents, teachers, etc.
115 W Chicago Ave
Please note that this location is downtown and parking is metered or in paid lots. Please be sure to allow time in advance for parking.
This town hall meeting is also a part of the 6th Annual National Week of Action Against School Pushout.
Please visit the Facebook link at this link to RSVP, if you are on Facebook.
For more information or to request an accommodation, please contact Candace Coleman at (phone) 312-640-2100 or at email@example.com. ASL interpretation will be provided.
*AYLP is Access Living’s young adults with disabilities organizing group.
# as shared by Access Living (center for independent living in Chicago)