The boy is settling into his public school, but many teachers and advocates say CPS isn’t doing enough to help the most vulnerable children.
UChicago study shows large numbers of Black and white principals, mirroring the CPS student body, but Latino leaders are underrepresented.
Chicago Public Schools renewed contracts for 35 schools on Wednesday, but with shorter term lengths than in the past and new conditions to meet.
But a rise in flu and respiratory illness among kids, and a potential spike in COVID this winter, worries doctors, students and school leaders.
UChicago class on ‘Whiteness’ prompts death threats after student accuses professor of ‘anti-white hatred’
The professor delayed the class to ensure student safety, but strongly defended it. She says the student misrepresented her course to stoke white grievance.
The First Lady visited Chicago Monday to highlight apprenticeship and career training opportunities for young people.
The university says it’s “pausing” admissions to its well-regarded grad program that trains teachers to work in urban districts like Chicago’s.
The Supreme Court could end affirmative action in higher ed. Here’s how it might affect local schools.
The court will hear two cases Monday challenging affirmative action in college admissions. A June decision could impact admissions next fall.
The increase is meaningful in a district that has often had to do without. But vacancies are still a challenge, especially in schools with many low-income students.
Obama visited Hyde Park Academy, across from the site of the Obama Center. Michelle Obama has made mentoring youth a focal point of her career.