Racism, police brutality, verdicts that don’t make sense—these all affect our schools and the students and teachers in them.
A compromise was reached in the IL school funding fiasco, but one provision, a voucher program, troubles some educators and politicians.
Helping people in need includes helping schools that suffered losses in recent hurricanes. Schools in Md. & a marching band in IL step up.
Maryland and Illinois have both now announced finalists for the respective 2017-18 Teachers of the Year, with winners going on to a national honor.
After racist graffiti was discovered in a student bathroom at a suburban IL h.s., officials are trying to heal the hate. But can it be healed?
Chicago 8th graders & freshmen will learn a new subject starting this year: how certain police officers coerced confessions by torturing black suspects.
Teachers in West Chicago have been working without a contract, and now they have decided not to volunteer their time to sponsor some student clubs.
As the school year opens, several schools welcome new staff members, teachers, and so on. Others have new policies for student success.
In a “We Are One America” way, schools across IL are reaching out to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey in Texas. Proud.
Should schools prohibit girls from wearing leggings? If so, what does that say about equality of the sexes in our public schools?