Under the governor’s budget plan, Illinois colleges would lose out on a funding increase if the graduated income tax fails in November.
Illinois may dramatically scale back remedial education. But some Chicago professors are pushing back against this growing trend in the U.S.
A Buffalo Grove teen is named a national LGBTQ “youth ambassador” at a time when more people are coming out at younger ages.
It is an unprecedented step to make amends after the state found an overhaul of special ed led to illegal delays and denial of services.
Students sit in to demand the return of school leaders. Five investigations are underway at the school, some involving sexual misconduct.
Chicago Public Schools is facing increasing criticism for its handling of sexual misconduct allegations at Lincoln Park High School.
Four-year college isn’t right for all students, and a group in north suburban Waukegan says that’s OK.
In a partnership with the Archdiocese of Chicago, the Big Shoulders Fund will support the 30 schools financially and help operate them.
Sandoval faces charges of bribery and tax evasion in a red-light camera scheme while he was chairman of the Senate Transportation Committee.
Chicago Board of Education members renewed 33 charter schools Wednesday after asking tough questions about how they’re evaluated.