Minneapolis this week announced the removal of police from public schools. Will Chicago be next?
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Minneapolis Public Schools will no longer employ police officers for school security services.
Allure Dyer didn't think she was "capable of learning a lot of things." Now, she's valedictorian and says her school helped her blossom.
The CPS CEO assures that "learning will happen in the fall no matter what."
College prep usually ramps up during junior year. But with no in-person school and SATs postponed, anxiety among the class of 2021 grows.
Data from the week of May 11 to May 16 show that many students aren’t logging on regularly for online learning, even though 90% have access.
Educators are breathing a sigh of relief after state lawmakers kept funding for schools level. But many wonder how long that can last.
While the grant doesn't guarantee that a new school will be built, community leaders in Chinatown and the South Loop said they're hopeful.
Anuoluwapo “Anu” Solola wants to show other young women that they, too, belong in the sciences.
All you have to do is answer up to five questions. The final speech will be written and voiced by students. All local seniors can submit.