Administrators are preparing for everyone — whether they’re still struggling or seem fine — and paying attention to both students and staff.
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Researchers are predicting the drop but stress lower enrollment could benefit the remaining students by allowing CPS to spend more per child.
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To combat rising prices, the state sales tax on school materials — including clothing — has been reduced from 6.25% to 1.25% through Aug. 14.
The state’s largest school district was surprisingly categorized Friday in the second tier of financial need — a move that comes with a corresponding drop in funding.
A recent Washington Post analysis found most popular devices have a lifespan of about three to four years.
Tim King’s Urban Prep Academies are famous for graduating its Black male students, but finances have been shaky for years.
City Colleges has hired liaisons to help undocumented students with financial aid, academic support and other resources.
Illinois has managed to stay ahead of a national teacher shortage, but a closer look as schools restart reveals a lot of churn and burnout.
CPS’ board almost never goes against a recommendation by the school district. In this case, over the firing of two activist teachers, it did.