Teachers, parents, and students have to decide if CPS can keep COVID-19 out of the classroom.
As the teens turn to the twenties, it’s a struggle to find a little cheer in the gloom.
Rahm has already chosen his replacement.
The mayor brings in a new CPS CEO, Janice Jackson, just in time to shutter more schools.
Also, two bars near Soldier Field are supporting Colin Kaepernick by refusing to show NFL games.
But Chambers has been an outspoken opponent of cuts to special ed funding.
Also, the Chicago Mariachi Project is working to preserve Mexican culture among local students.
Politicians making a buck on their offices is nothing new here.
Lots of stuff happened in Chicago even before Mayor Rahm released the Laquan McDonald video.
Answers to questions about Mayor Rahm’s role in the Byrd-Bennett scandal may be buried in the e-mails he’s fighting to keep secret.
Why couldn’t our public school watchdogs see what was staring them in the face?
Tim Cawley’s departure means all but one of Emanuel’s public school appointees is gone.
State representative Barbara Flynn Currie says the state won’t consider picking up CPS pension costs until Chicago changes its ways.
The foundation of Chicago’s school system loses more funding.
The latest battle over privatizing education in Chicago