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Chicago’s teaching corps is becoming whiter. How the district hopes to entice — and keep — more teachers of color

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Chicago is attracting more substitute teachers — but here’s why many classrooms still go wanting

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7 questions asked and answered about Chicago’s new teacher diversity committee

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Chicago is expanding sought-after academic programs. Now it’s seeing some welcome payoffs.

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Aspen portal glitch puts teachers and parents on edge as report cards released

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Chicago schools to compete again for special program funding, with revised rules for 2020

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As they cast contract vote, some Chicago teachers feel unsettled

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Lots more Latino students, not so many Latino teachers: Data reflect Illinois’ disparate changes

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The state oversees Chicago’s special education program. Will the new teachers union contract help?

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Live updates from Day 11 of the Chicago teachers strike: One final back-and-forth