A national teachers campaign argues that Black history curriculum in schools will stop the school-to-prison pipeline.
One in 10 CPS high schoolers attend schools for dropouts. That number could grow as students emerge from the pandemic.
How can we reimagine Chicago’s education system to better serve young people?
Reset hears from HBCU grads in the Chicago area about their thoughts on the latest moves at Howard University and Delaware State University.
Governor Pritzker announces a new child care subsidy to help some low-income Illinois parents return to work.
Teenage years can be a daunting time for both adolescents and parents. A new book has advice on how to make it less difficult.
The organization overseeing Catholic schools in the United States had the biggest one-year enrollment drop since the 1970s.
The school, which garnered national attention when eight students were killed during the 2012 school year, was phased out for a new $80 million STEM school.
Embarc is a three-year program that provides learning opportunities to prepare low-income high school students for college and careers