Before diving into online classes, schools are reminding students to take care of their mental health.
COVID-19 school closures have Illinois families wondering how long remote learning can realistically last.
Using a Facebook group to organize, a group of students remedied what they called a slow and “tone-deaf” response from the university.
Local teachers, parents and students share what they’re doing during the COVID-19 school shutdown as part of WBEZ’s Schools Out series.
College journalists say they’ll keep the news coming while juggling student schedules in different time zones and staff limitations.
The University of Illinois is the state’s first public university to pull the plug on graduation ceremonies — across all three campuses.
The state says school work assigned during the two-week school shutdown should only count it will increase a student’s academic standing.
The governor said all Illinois schools be closed for two weeks from March 17 to March 30 due to coronavirus concerns.
The Chicago Teachers Union says Chicago Public Schools should join other school districts in Illinois and close amid COVID-19 concerns.
The snafu raises questions about whether CPS can reach all students at other schools if someone in their building has COVID-19.