Chicago Principals & Administrators Association

The Chicago Principals & Administrators Association has released a plan -- Return to an

Less than 17% of principals and assistant principals believe the district is prepared and ready to open schools.

CPAA president, Troy LaRaviere, participated in a joint school reopening press conference with the Chicago Teachers Union.

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Two months ago, CPS’s Talent Office announced there was no money in the district’s budget for principal and assistant principal raises. This morning, however, they announced a four-year $15,000 raise for principals and assistant principals.

What happened to change their minds?

I just got off the phone with Dr. Emily Oster, a strong advocate for reopening schools. She maintains the country's most cited school reopening database. She is one of several leading experts I've spoken with. I conferred with her specifically because CPS cites her data frequently to justify their reopening plan.

On November 13, 2020, I sent the following letter to the Chicago Board of Education and the district's CEO. The Mayor and the Deputy Mayor of Education were copied as well.


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