A couple dozen Black leaders attended Thursday’s Board of Education meeting to ask for a committee that would develop a strategy to help Black students academically.
A small alternative school on the South Side marked International Day of Peace by taking to the streets and pleading for an end to violence.
CPS says this West Englewood school can lead the way for other schools as new state data show math scores remain below pre-pandemic levels.
A new study finds moving to restorative practices to respond to student misconduct has led to a significant reduction in suspensions and arrests.
The Chicago Teachers Union leader is facing backlash for the decision. She says it’s a consequence of “unfair choices” for South Side families.
A series of key decisions lay ahead before Chicago voters begin the transition to an elected school board in November 2024.
Chicago Public Schools opens Monday with a new mayor and a school board who want to shake up how the school district is run.
As her daughter with special needs heads to college, this Chicago mom wants better for students left behind
Kymera Mitchell is off college after her mom fought to get enough CPS support. Now, CPS leaders say they want to fix special ed for all students.
Nine principals have been removed pending discipline or investigations into “serious misconduct” in recent years. Of those, six are Black men.
The newly seated board, hand-picked by Mayor Johnson, leans heavily on activists with experience in organizing and with nonprofit groups.