Principal and Parents Unite to Transform a School WBEZ
A former Chicago Public Schools principal talks about how she and a group
of parents turned around a neighborhood school in a new book.
Educators take first steps toward opening Chicago's first public boarding school
Marshall feared the worst when one of her students, Jermaine, became
homeless his senior year. As a teacher on the South Side, Marshall had
seen even the best and brightest of students fail classes or drop out
when faced with difficulties outside of school.
Suit: Teacher denied CTU election ballot spot Tribune
for teacher Jackson Potter on Monday filed a lawsuit against the union,
President Marilyn Stewart and its financial secretary Mark Ochoa.
a previously convicted burglar, appeared for his bond hearing today
before Circuit Judge Laura Sullivan, charged with burglary for
allegedly breaking into the Ada S. McKinley-Highland School on the
New Eco-Friendly North Lawndale School ChicagoTalks
massive brick building at 931 S. Homan Ave. once housed a power plant
to provide electricity and heat for the adjacent Sears & Roebuck
headquarters. Now the building powers the minds of young people in
In September, Henry Ford Power House Charter High School opened its
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