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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.
Jones College Prep students protest German soldier costume and administration’s handling of controversial incidents
Hundreds of students at the South Loop selective-enrollment school participated in Monday’s demonstration, leaving their classes for a “sit-in” in the school’s lobby.
A new report, requested by state officials, shows an elected CPS school board may not be financially independent from outside funding.
If the Chicago Public Schools system doesn’t secure significant long-term funding in the next few years, it could face dire financial consequences.
Loyola University Chicago ‘mishandled and underreported’ sex misconduct complaints involving students, a lawsuit says
Three women are suing the school run by the Jesuit Catholic religious order.
Consumer and civil rights groups say no.
Young kids often turn to their parents to understand why we do safety drills. One parent, along with a social worker, takes on this tough one.