Researchers say the pandemic is largely to blame for this year’s drastic enrollment declines, but college-going has also been on a decade-long downward trend.
Only 37% Of CPS Students Say They’ll Go Back To School In Person, And White Students Are Overrepresented
The district is pushing hard to start in-person learning on Jan. 11 — but a majority of parents in a survey said they’d rather keep their kids at home.
Director Jiayan “Jenny” Shi says she hopes her film goes beyond the mainstream media’s true crime approach to capture Yingying Zhang’s life and impact.
At Saucedo Elementary in Little Village, Olga Contreras is fighting back against palpable learning loss — one day and one student at a time.
As Chicago Public Schools prepares to resume in-person classes early next year, one charter school says that model is working for its students.
The nonprofit TEACH, or Tutoring English to Advance Change, offers free one-on-one English tutoring to help empower immigrants.
The coronavirus pandemic has left districts struggling to find enough substitute teachers to fill vacancies at schools across the U.S.
Teachers across Illinois are deciding how best to approach teaching while staying safe.
The Chicago Teachers Union says it wants better assurances that CPS teachers headed back to the classroom will be safe.
This fall, we’ve been following freshmen as they navigate college during the pandemic. Here’s what daily life looks like for one student who’s taking classes remotely — along with being a big sister.