City Colleges of Chicago trustees this week will vote on whether to approve a shrinking budget.
Chicago aldermen are bashing City Colleges of Chicago’s plans to move advanced early childhood development classes to Truman College on the city’s north side.
City Colleges of Chicago chancellor Cheryl Hyman did something she almost never does: confront criticism.
Nearly five dozen principals are retiring or resigning, leaving the Local School Councils searching for new leaders at a critical time.
New results from CPS testing reveal one fountain’s water with 23 times more lead than the federal limit.
Several hundred people gathered at the corner of Halsted and Roscoe, in the heart of Chicago’s Boystown neighborhood, for a vigil.
WBEZ is tracking the results of lead testing at schools in Chicago. Find the most up to date numbers here.
At Reilly Elementary, one drinking fountain’s lead level was 22 times higher than the EPA action level.
The bleak financial picture of Chicago Public schools is causing some to pack their bags.
Primary grade class sizes in Chicago have increased, while experts say smaller classes in those grades are key to later performance.