Tickets can be in the hundreds of dollars, becoming an incredible burden for some families.
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.
WBEZ is talking to kids, parents and experts about the tough questions young children ask. Today, we take on the war in Ukraine.
In honor of Ramadan, Easter, Passover and more, the Interfaith Trolley Tour will stop at five religious sites on Chicago’s South Side.
The district’s funds are being cut by about $60 million, the largest drop in nearly a decade.
The Canal Corridor Association has launched a Discovery Challenge so you can learn more about the area near Chicago.
Alvin Carter has been a school bus driver at Elizabeth Meyer School since 1994. He has become a beloved figure in his community and helped spread joy to countless students.
New data show homeschooling numbers this year dipped from last year’s all-time high, but are still significantly above pre-pandemic levels.
For underfunded Illinois districts, the $7.9 billion infusion means finally giving students essentials that wealthier areas take for granted.
Parents and community members say the reduction in resources will hurt students already struggling with the effects of the pandemic.