Tuesday Morning News

Almost half of city high school class of '07 in college Chicago Tribune

Chicago Public Schools

officials worked with the Virginia-Based National Student Clearinghouse

to determine where the district's graduates were enrolled ...

More CPS grads heading off to college Chicago Sun-Times

"A huge sign of progress" is how Chicago Public Schools CEO Arne Duncan described new figures that show a 6½ percent ...

North Side elementary schools squeezed for space CTDN

A

classroom crunch on the city's North Side has claimed computer labs,

lunchrooms, a science lab and a music room, as enrollment continues to

grow.

Freshmen get ball rolling on physics Chicago Tribune

Chicago Public Schools has a

shortage of teachers certified to teach physics even without a

full-fledged Physics First program. Fewer than 4 of 10 physics ...

Steppenwolf to Honor Teachers at Inspire the Future Awards Broadway World

Steppenwolf Theatre Company and Fidelity Investments will honor one teacher and one principal from the Chicago Public Schools with the Inspire the Future ...

Charter One chips in for CPS program Crain's Chicago Business

Charter One Bank said Monday it plans to aid a trio of social-services agencies and the Chicago Public Schools by helping to them fund an ...

Thousands descend on Six Flags for physics class Sun Times

About

10,000 elementary and high school students from Illinois, Indiana,

Wisconsin and Michigan descended on the theme park for Physics Day. Via Chicagoist.

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