CHICAGO (WLS) --There's a lot of uncertainty right now for Chicago Public Schools, the teachers and ultimately the students. There have been layoffs and more could be coming.
Teachers don't have a contract and rejected an offer this past week. The district responded saying it would cut school budgets and teachers would be left to pay more of their pension costs.
The district has also sold $725 million in bond to get through the rest of the school year. And Gov. Bruce Rauner has said the state should take over CPS.
So what happens next? CPS CEO Forrest Claypool joins us this week on Newsviews with more.