New data show homeschooling numbers this year dipped from last year’s all-time high, but are still significantly above pre-pandemic levels.
For underfunded Illinois districts, the $7.9 billion infusion means finally giving students essentials that wealthier areas take for granted.
Parents and community members say the reduction in resources will hurt students already struggling with the effects of the pandemic.
This is the sixth time the moratorium has been extended due to pandemic-related economic disruptions in the last two years.
The new DIY GRRL collective will teach practical, how- to skills like changing tires on a car or bike.
Some Lincoln Park High School students expressed shocking views about interracial dating in a video posted to social media in January.
Five teens talk about whether stereotypes affect their relationships and how schools can help students from different backgrounds relate.
A WBEZ analysis shows that 69% of the $536 million in federal COVID relief money CPS budgeted this year is unspent.
Chicago Public Schools students are due back Aug. 22 for what would be the district’s earliest start in recent memory.
A boost in funds and flexibility in how food is prepared and packaged was a lifeline for kids coping with hunger. But these measures, passed in response to COVID-19, expire in June, with no extension.