Karen Lewis knew you don’t make a lot of friends in high places when you stand up for teachers and poor kids.
Chicago high school seniors prepare for collegiate arts programs amid pandemic
Tonika Johnson’s multimedia project expands with a new film.
Despite bad data and board discord, CPS renews contract with CPD.
On her debut album, Chicago singer-songwriter Kaina takes strength from her favorite people: her friends and collaborators, her childhood mentors, her immigrant parents.
In the 90s Andre Vasquez rapped as Prime and joined underground collective the Molemen. Now he’s a socialist candidate for 40th Ward alderman, hoping to unseat entrenched incumbent Patrick O’Connor.
Boomers have messed things up pretty good. Hopefully the next generation can force our leaders to do the right thing.
Towkio’s balloon trip to the stratosphere wasn’t just to promote his first album for Rick Rubin—the Chicago rapper also wants to talk about inspiration, perspective, and togetherness.
Also, Walter Payton College Prep was named the nation’s top public high school in a new set of rankings.
Also, Trump’s broken promise to early buyers in his Chicago tower.
E-mails show that orders to yank the acclaimed graphic novel came from the top.
Five of the top eight public high schools in Illinois are Chicago schools.
The pros and cons of putting another selective enrollment high school in the Near North area.
When push comes to shove, the city’s middle-class parents often shove off for the suburbs.
The latest education fiasco from Rahm’s administration: Kicking Persepolis out of class