The district board for Queen Creek voted 4-1 to allow in-person classes to begin Aug. 17 despite concerns over the COVID-19 spread.
The local school council at Lincoln Park High School will vote Thursday on whether or not Chicago police will remain in their school or be removed.
The new “My Home Office Set” includes a smartphone, a headset for calls and a coffee cup.
Sara Fisher, founder of 2 Moms Media, dishes out some back-to-school tips for the fall.
Matthew Kurtzman, CEO of Back 2 School Illinois, talks about what they're doing to show support for teachers during the difficult times of COVID-19
Dr. Taz Bhatia dishes out some tips for keeping your children's attentive and alert during this difficult time of remote learning.
FOX 32's Joanie Lum reports...
The school district in Illinois’ capital city has updated its school dress code policy for remote learning, saying students can't wear pajama pants, slippers or hats while on camera when classes start this month.
The school district in Illinois’ capital city has updated its school dress code policy for remote learning, saying students can’t wear pajama pants, slippers or hats while on camera when classes start this month.
Two Chicago Police detectives are going above and beyond for a shooting victim. They have also launched a GoFundMe to help pay for his private school education.
A suburban Chicago school district has said students of color will get the first chance to return for in-person learning when schools reopen, citing "a pandemic" of "inequity and racism, and classism" that preceded COVID-19.
A group picture of a 3rd grade class at Liberty Elementary School in the Cherokee County School District is getting criticism from some parents.
Thursday’s coronavirus numbers were the highest since May 24 and one Chicago doctor is hinting it could be unlikely kids go back to school this fall.
Loyola University announced that the institution will not be hosting students in on-campus residence halls due to COVID-19 until "conditions are favorable."
Justin Lombardo, chief human resource officer with the Archdiocese of Chicago, talks about the decision to reopen classrooms to students this fall.
Good teachers make learning sweet, inspiring Krispy Kreme to treat educators with free food next week.
CPS teacher David Steiber reacts to the city's decisions to begin the school year with full-time remote learning.
Andy DeWitt, principal of Trinity Lutheran School in Burr Ridge, talks about the return to classrooms with added safety precautions for students.
Setting standards, training teachers on virtual methods and equipping lower income CPS families with technology and internet access are all major challenges over the coming weeks.
Facebook removed a video posted by President Donald Trump for promoting false and misleading information about the coronavirus pandemic, the company said Wednesday.