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October 9, 2018
Can a program designed for British diplomats fix Chicago’s schools?
Senn High senior Shrda Shrestha is attending her neighborhood high school in Edgewater against pretty much everybody’s advice. “When I…
August 17, 2018
Secret CPS report spotlights big vacancies, lopsided options for students
An unreleased report by a school choice group backed by the business community paints in stark detail what many Chicagoans have known…
July 25, 2018
Chicago schools pass $7.5 billion budget despite calls to halt vote
On Wednesday, the Chicago Board of Education voted to pass Chicago Public Schools’ $7.5 billion budget for the 2018-2019 school year, despite calls…
July 19, 2018
New budget gives CPS CEO Janice Jackson opportunity to play offense
Running Chicago’s schools might be the toughest tour of duty in town for a public sector CEO. There have been eight chiefs in…
October 21, 2015
Chalkbeat's best-read stories: ISTEP, Glenda Ritz, school funding and snow
We begin our third year as Indiana's most in-depth source for education news today.
August 6, 2015
A year after Washington Township went all-IB, teaching is changing
Last year the district became just the sixth worldwide to offer IB curriculum to all students.
February 18, 2015
Butler looks to expand its IPS partnership to Shortridge
Indianapolis Public Schools may partner with Butler University to deliver its International Baccalaureate program at Shortridge High School next year.
August 7, 2014
Washington Township first in Indiana to offer IB in all grades
The regional director of the Americas for the International Baccalaureate addressed Washington Township administrators Tuesday afternoon. Washington Township is the only district in Indiana and the sixth district in the world to offer IB-framed curriculum to K-12 students at all of its schools.
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