Test results? Maybe next year Tribune
Eight months ago, students across the state took the Illinois Standards Achievement Tests, which are required by state and federal law. School administrators and teachers still don't have the final results.
Schools Numbers Grow with Clout WBEZ
A powerful latino community group has won
the right to open more charter elementary schools under the Chicago Public
Schools' Renaissance 2010 plan.
Daley wants to enlist science, math teachers Sun-Times
Mayor Daley urged the federal government Thursday to offer college scholarships to math and science majors in exchange for a five-year commitment to teach those subjects in elementary and public high schools.
Unfit for school: State legislators target phys ed as nation becomes more obese Chicago Defender
Some Illinois politicians are tightening the belt on physical education exemptions offered to school districts statewide.
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