As Pedro Martinez becomes CEO, CPS is in better shape than when he left in 2009. Still, COVID, labor challenges and enrollment declines await.
One scientist calls it a “unique chance to unravel a key piece of the puzzle that is the formation and evolution of our solar system.”
The woman’s family say they suspect she got COVID-19 from her child, who got sick after being exposed at a West Side public school.
Chicago Public Schools enrollment is down by at least 10,000 students this fall. It has dropped by more than 24,000 since the pandemic began.
WBEZ looked closely at the city and state dashboards monitoring cases and outbreaks. We explain what’s in them and what’s missing.
Reset gets an update from the vice president of the Chicago Teachers Union and WBEZ’s education desk.
Some Chicago Public Schools students feel targeted by dress codes they say focus on censoring their style and policing their bodies.
With commercial space companies up and running, NASA’s ready to tackle ambitious voyages.
Whether you wish it were an endless summer or favor cooler, colorful fall days, here are recommendations to enjoy the changing season.
Restaurant staff shortages have been making headlines, but day care is also facing a crisis as workers leave their jobs for higher pay.