Distance learning has given parents a window into how their children are treated in schools — and better positions them to intervene if necessary.
Jackson has been a CPS student, parent, teacher, principal and chief executive. Soon she’s been a former employee.
CEO Janice Jackson is resigning after more than three years on the job. She joins other top CPS leaders who recently announced their departures.
Illinois’ senate president tells WBEZ he wants to call a bill to eventually create a fully elected board. Previous bills have been blocked.
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The pandemic has been stressful for millions of children. If that stress isn’t buffered by caring adults, it can have lifelong consequences. There’s a lot schools can do to keep that from happening.
As many as 26,000 public high schoolers are due back in schools beginning Monday. Teachers approved the reopening agreement this weekend.
Some school districts are looking to provide options for both in-person and virtual full-time virtual school for families.
The union’s governing body Thursday approved a deal that will allow high schoolers to return to classrooms for the first time in over a year.
Thousands of CPS students are back in class, with more expected on Monday. But limited after-school care is keeping some students at home.