South Side Free Music Program contemplates how students will travel to the afterschool program after they’ve changed schools.
CPS decision to close Canter Middle School neglects the school’s culture of support for students.
Community members mostly blamed Mayor Rahm Emanuel for the imminent closing of Canter Middle School and 53 other CPS schools, a decision they saw as rash and ill-informed.
Canter Middle School is on the CPS chopping block, leaving community members deeply concerned.
Study shows that Hyde Park’s high rent may be fueling low enrollment in local CPS schools.
The CTU strike of early fall was victorious and productive, according to panelists.
The University has the right idea with UChicago Promise, but its goals should be national.
UChicago Promise, a new umbrella program, will offer new forms of financial and academic aid to Chicago students applying and admitted to the University.
The teachers’ strike may be over, but Chicago Public Schools are still ruled by Mayor Emanuel.
City officials and community leaders turned out for the summit to discuss gang violence and low test scores.
A Murray Language Academy teacher is suing the Chicago BOE for suspending him after his use of a racial slur in class.
University medical students will begin a collaboration with CPS schools to bring HIV/AIDS education into teenage classrooms.
A study by the University’s Urban Education Institute will take a look at charter schools across the city, wading into the fierce debate surrounding the length of school days.
The Chicago Teacher’s Union draws partial inspiration from the Lab Schools to counter Mayor Emanuel’s CPS proposal.
A report by the Urban Education Institute at the U of C found that connections between students and adults can can make students feel safer at school.