‘Would that happen here?” one student asked. “You are in a building of adults who will do whatever it takes to keep you safe,” I told them.
Some teens at Waubonsie Valley High are so into the project that teachers have to prod them to leave the prairie and go to their other classes.
“It’s like my soul left my body,” said Chanell Holliday during a visit with classmates of her son. He was fatally shot on Saturday near The Bean.
Illinois’ strong anti-bullying law was ignored at Latin School, according to parents of teen who took his life
The parents say the boy was relentlessly bullied but Latin didn’t inform them or investigate, as required by law. Latin strongly denies wrongdoing.
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For underfunded Illinois districts, the $7.9 billion infusion means finally giving students essentials that wealthier areas take for granted.
Five teens talk about whether stereotypes affect their relationships and how schools can help students from different backgrounds relate.
Monday was the first day Chicago Public School students were allowed to go without a mask in more than a year.
A principal reflects on sharing his experiences as a Black man with his mostly white student body at Huntley High School.
A state appellate court ruling is upending Gov. JB Pritzker’s COVID-19 school rules. Chicago Public Schools is sticking with masks.