Mayor Daley's anti-war pitch Tribune
happened to education?" Daley said. "Why is it we're still struggling
with how important education should be? We're forgetting what made
America was educational opportunities, not a gun, not war."
CPS Will Change School Closings Process WBEZ
administrative officer Bob Runcie says going forward, the district will
identify struggling schools early on to give parents and the community
a chance to come up with strategies to improve, well before any
announcement is made to shut down a school.
Inmates say 'stay in school'
with inmates at two maximum security prisons have created a learning
tool that has spread across the United States and recently into Chicago
More TV, Less Exercise for Chicago Students WBEZ
the bright side, the research shows that students in the rest of
Illinois are in better shape than the nation at large. Mason says that
may be partly explained by Illinois's robust physical education
Lawmaker Eyes Sugar On School Menu Statehouse News
The Illinois General Assembly is once again looking to change what your kids eat at school.
Chicago Democrat Monique Davis want to limit dessert and other sugary foods at lunch or breakfast.
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