CPS teachers fought for access to COVID vaccines. Now, they might become mandatory.

A sign outside of Eugene Field Elementary School in Roger’s Park. Chicago Public Schools is looking to track COVID-19 vaccinations among staff and require vaccinations in some cases, but some teachers worry the district will take away their accommodations through the Americans With Disabilities Act after they are vaccinated. (Christopher Vazquez/MEDILL)

Christopher Vazquez
Medill Reports
With Chicago Public Schools teachers returning to in-person learning, the school district is now trying to keep track of who’s received a COVID-19 vaccine and — in some cases — require district employees to get vaccinated. But some teachers are concerned over how the district is approaching this.

Christopher Vazquez is a video reporter at Medill. You can follow him on Twitter at @ByChrisVazquez.