The first Chicago Public Schools teachers strike in 25 years ended Tuesday, sending all students back to their classrooms today, according to the Chicago Sun-Times
Football teams, which were idle last weekend, must practice at least three times before playing their next games. The schedule enables them to then play their next games on either Saturday, Sunday or Monday.
Meanwhile, the Illinois High School Association has ruled that all of last week's games matching Chicago Public League teams against charter schools have been forfeited to the charter schools. Games matching Public League teams against each other have been declared "no game."