More money for Chicago schools next year, but some shrinking campuses see cuts
A new poll from Magellan Strategies finds many voters still think schools are on the wrong track, but they’re very supportive of career and technical education.
More than a month after Thomas Luna was chosen to fill a vacancy on the school board after the former president abruptly resigned, the charter school teacher has yet to be seated.
About 30% of the district's Class of 2015 finished their degree in four years
U.S. rises in world rankings for math, reading, science as other countries’ performance slips
I’m a Black American, and the truth is, there’s a lot I don’t know about my family heritage. Here’s how I learned to celebrate my story.
The new majority enacted record funding for public K-12 schools and reversed GOP initiatives on reading, testing, and collective bargaining rights. Critics say they undermined accountability.