Student-written plays at Eureka College, Bomb threats and other dangers, turning a failed fundraiser into something positive…
An Illinois district has drawn what appears to be a line in the sand in the vast desert of transgender rights and relations.
The Anti-Defamation League & other Chicago organizations announced winners of an art & essay contest covering 1st Amendment freedoms.
The choir from a Wheaton IL middle school will combine with one from Chicago to perform 2 community-based concerts this holiday season.
Prepare to stay safe; real-world actions for safety; non-fiction & fiction come to life; jazz in Aurora; property tax issues …
Our summary of news stories affecting Illinois schools for Monday, October 19,, 2015. Religion comes up a bit, as does student peril.
A teachers’ strike lingers in southern IL, with no appearance of stopping. Football ends, teachers go without pay, kids go to community centers.
Palatine, IL-based H.S. Dist. 211 will provide gender-neutral changing and showering areas that transgender students must use. Unlawful.
An 8-day teachers’ strike ended and classes resumed at McHenry Comm H.S. in northern IL Tuesday, after teachers ratified a new contract.
The former CEO of Chicago Public Schools has been indicted on federal charges in connection with kickbacks she allegedly received.