In her first year as a first-grade teacher, this rookie’s facing $40,000 in student-loan debt and an underfunded classroom filled with needy children.
What if Illinois workers responded to austerity measures the way French workers did this week?
Soups, Stews, and Casseroles: 1976 is as much about 2016 as it is about the bicentennial.
Also, Trump Tower brought over foreign students under J-1 visa program that Trump has promised to ban.
“Thousands of Chicagoans will be looking for a ride to work, so We Need YOU to help us move Chicago,” the company wrote in an email.
David Royko drove a cab and an Uber—and disliked both.
Toni Preckwinkle and other potential challengers lag far behind Emanuel in raising money.
Chicago Public Media hopes to protect its spirit and reach a consensus without splitting into factions.
As contract negotiations drag on, UIC United Faculty hosts a teach-in—and contemplates a walkout.
If unionized teachers are good enough for Mayor Emanuel’s kids, why not the public schools?
American Blues Theater revives Clifford Odets’s 1935 one-act
Another new complaint alleges that white professors were given preference over minorities
Plus: Anger at Columbia College, and memories of George Carlin
Adjuncts, unions at local schools fight for contract, job security
WANTED: Well-paid slug