The event on Monday was part of the South Side school’s Black History Month festivities.
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Learning English through Dungeons and Dragons: How students role play slaying beasts to master a new language
University of Chicago professor Shane Dunkle and his English-learning board game group have found success in helping students acquire more casual English skills.
Parents call it invasive, but Kenwood Academy defends it. Last week, it was revealed that CPS’s inspector general found five Kenwood athletes falsified residency proof.
For more than four decades, the annual event has sought to turn people’s fear of bugs into fascination.
CPS, in a separate vote, opted to drop janitorial giant Aramark as the district’s cleaning provider.
The decision comes after Mayor Brandon Johnson gave his blessing last month to end the school district’s $10.3 million contract with the Chicago Police Department.
Gov. JB Pritzker commuted Johnny Pippins’s sentence. Now he’s adjusting to campus life in Iowa — and educating his classmates in the process.
College hopefuls with undocumented parents worry the issue threatens their ability to afford school.
President Kwang-Wu Kim’s resignation comes after a school year marked by a lengthy strike.
Aramark has been dogged by complaints of filthy schools and a lack of cleaning supplies. CPS wants to regain in-house management of custodians.