Chicago mom threatens to sue school union for 'cultivating fear and panic' by telling striking teachers it's not safe to go back to classrooms | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: DENY X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

Chicago mom threatens to sue school union for 'cultivating fear and panic' by telling striking teachers it's not safe to go back to classrooms

A mother from Chicago is threatening to sue the Chicago school union for 'cultivating fear and panic' as teachers appear to headed for strike or lock-out in a dispute as teachers and the union failed to come to an agreement on a novel coronavirus safety plan.

On Monday, the Chicago Public Schools told the parents of 67,000 pre-kindergarten, special education, elementary and middle school students, to keep their children at home after it could not reach an agreement with the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU).

Sarah Sachen, a mom of three said she shared the frustration of Mayor Lori Lightfoot over the battle between the two bodies.

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