Colleges might be able to reopen campuses if they’re able to frequently test their students. But can they get tests — and can they afford it?
For high school upperclassmen, testing season may look a little different this year.
Students are taking Advanced Placement tests from home now. Can the same be done for the SAT college entrance exam?
The first year all Chicago public school seniors must have plans for college, a job or the military to graduate comes amid the pandemic.
The union’s lawsuit against the U.S. Education Secretary and Chicago Public Schools is over a new mandate for special needs students during the school shutdown.
The teens’ original show with the Lyric Opera was canceled due to COVID-19, but they continue to rehearse, connect and perform online.
Two DePaul graduates in comedy writing who’ve suffered losses hope to make their classmates laugh during their virtual commencement speech.
Students argue they’re receiving a lesser education with online classes and should get a partial tuition refund.
The union says state rules require the school district to bargain about instruction from home. Mayor Lori Lightfoot has already said no.
The COVID-19 shutdown has led to budget cuts, threatens struggling universities and could exacerbate inequities at community colleges.