For years the schools of Chicago have been pawns in the mayor’s budget games.
The quest to fire Ogden International’s leader exposes flaws in the disciplinary mechanism.
Michael Beyer is suing the district for due process violations amid historic merger.
Among their demands: black and Latino teachers and administrators, ethnic studies classes and clubs, and bilingual education
A former student goes back to visit.
We elect members of the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District board, but not the Board of Education.
Also, Jason Van Dyke’s lawyer makes tone-deaf comparison to torture of three black sharecroppers.
Also, catching up with Garry McCarthy.
Also, the battle over gentrification around the 606 has intensified.
Also, pending a Cook County judge’s decision, CPS is hoping that it will be in a position to decide the final day of the school year by May 1.
Also, a Jurassic World dinosaur park exhibit is coming to the Field Museum in May.
Also, small, regional state universities are struggling to stay open without state funding.
Also, a bipartisan Rauner commission finds that Illinois needs to spend billions more on schools over the next decade.
There’s still not enough scrutiny over how privately run charters spend public money.
The latest battle over privatizing education in Chicago