Were racist remarks made against a former Bears tight end in a wealthy north suburb? Did the school file trumped-up charges against him?
A new law in IL makes it a H.S. graduation requirement to include at least 1 semester of civics as part of the 2-year social studies requirement.
The results from the PARCC tests are going to be bad, and opinion writers, ill-informed as they may be, are trying to warn us.
Competitive Illinois marching band takes flight Saturday with several big festivals and a few small ones. Are you ready for some music?
Protesters will continue a hunger strike, even after Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel proposed a decent-sounding compromise.
2015 ACT composite scores in Illinois were highest among states where all graduates were required to take the test.
Back-to-school picnics are a great way to bring communities together to celebrate all the good things happening in our schools.
Federal officials heard about the hunger strike at Dyett HS in Chicago, but we wonder, What good will come of it?
With the community at Grayslake North High School, we send our condolences to the family and friends of a student there, who died Saturday.
Illinois’s middle and high school students, parents, teachers, and other school officials are being asked to complete a statewide survey, “5Essentials,” that could help guide schools to better student learning.