About 10% of Illinois’s seniors have been named state scholars by the Illinois Student Assistance Commission, based on test scores.
Karen Lewis’s obituary was published online briefly due to an error in the publishing system at the Sun-Times.
Illinoisans can apply for a new tax credit when they donate up to $1 mil to private school scholarships; the change has its critics.
Students at northwest-suburban high schools would probably agree: students should use bathrooms based on gender identity.
A new law in IL will make tampons and pads available to 6th through 12th graders in the bathrooms of their schools. Good idea!
Block schedule or traditional schedule? Which works best for high school? It doesn’t have to be all-or-none, a student journalist points out.
Because several students have been absent due to a flu outbreak in S. Ill., one district just cancelled school to make a 4-day weekend.
A math and PE teacher in Central IL was honored Thursday for springing into action to protect students from a school shooter.
The transgender bathroom issue keeps coming up, most recently in a lawsuit filed in the suburban Chicago district where it all began.
4 high schools in one of Chicago’s poorest and most African-American communities may close to build a new state-of-the-art h.s.