About half of Chicago households with children report serious problems caring for their kids, according to a new NPR and Harvard poll.
Part-time faculty members are pushing for portable air purifiers, a “robust” testing plan and air quality checks.
Members of the Chicago Teachers Union remain unconvinced that schools are ready for return of students, faculty and staff.
Curious City spent a morning with “Podawan Montessori,” a remote learning pod that’s using a Logan Square garage as its classroom.
Finding “insufficient evidence” that schools “are safe and healthful,” the ruling calls into question a bid to return for in-person classes.
As some Chicago-area schools begin to reopen for in-person learning, some educators say they’re comfortable being back in class.
Virtual school, social unrest, coronavirus, college prep — high school juniors have a lot on their minds as this school year gets underway.
With millions of students logging in from home, the pandemic has disrupted the traditional school function of making sure students are “in school.“
NASA is laying the groundwork for a return mission to Earth’s moon as a jump-off point to exploring Mars and beyond.