Some researchers predict that school shutdowns could have dramatic negative effects, particularly in school districts like Chicago’s.
After years of speech therapy and overcoming bullying, Eileen Limon earned the top honor at her Chicago high school.
Some camps have already canceled due to the COVID-19 outbreak, and others are rethinking their programs to ensure camper safety.
Lori Lightfoot said science will drive the decision. The teachers union says CPS needs a reopening and remote learning plan for the fall.
Young black people say they need more green spaces that allow for social distancing and places where they can safely grieve.
Graduation ceremonies across the country are being postponed, canceled or done virtually because of the novel coronavirus pandemic
Illinois is hiring 4,000 contact tracers to monitor COVID-19. Oakton Community College is training students to do the work.
The Chicago Teachers Union and Chicago Public Schools have finally resolved the last major contract issue — pay raises for veteran teachers.
The former president’s address will be part of an hour-long event that also features LeBron James, Malala Yousafzai and Ben Platt.
Nearly 67,000 students in Chicago Public Schools are still learning English. For many, remote learning isn’t cutting it.