President Joe Biden revoked a recent Trump administration report that aimed to promote “patriotic education” in schools but that historians mocked and rejected as political propaganda.
Delegates with the Chicago Teachers Union have approved a walkout, sending the vote to the full union membership.
What is surprising--and frustrating--is that a bill designed to educate Illinois children about the dangers of sexting remains bottled up in Springfield.
Chicago teachers punished for refusing to show up for the start of in-person classes over COVID-19 concerns, demonstrated Wednesday outside the school board president’s home.
Dr. James Walsh, professor at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, dishes out tips for helping your children transition back to the in-person learning.
FOX 32's Joanie Lum reports..
Chicago Public Schools students began their return to the classroom Monday as school doors opened to thousands of pre-kindergarten and some special education students.
The program will use an interdisciplinary approach to research and try to develop solutions for racial inequities that exist not only in the criminal justice system but also in education, public health and public housing.
President-elect Joe Biden’s transition team said he plans to extend a suspension of student loan payments due to financial hardships posed by the COVID-19 pandemic on “day one,” and he also favors forgiving $10,000 in student loan debt.
A Largo High School teacher was arrested Wednesday after allegedly spraying a student with disinfectant because the teen was not wearing a COVID mask properly.
Lehigh University's Board of Trustees has voted to rescind an honorary degree that was granted to President Donald Trump back in 1988 in the wake of Wednesday's violence.
The Diocese of Joliet announced Thursday it will be forced to close one of its DuPage County schools due to low enrollment and financial challenges.
Only half of Chicago Public Schools teachers expected in schools ahead of preschool students’ anticipated return next week showed up, district officials said Tuesday in an increasingly contentious battle over classroom learning during the coronavirus pandemic.
Roughly 5,800 teachers and staff were expected in classrooms Monday, according to a report. It wasn’t clear how many showed.
The Chicago Teacher's Union says that many members will not show up for work on Monday, in spite of instructions from the district.
Quentin Washington, teacher at Sadlowski Elementary School, talks about why he and others are refusing to return to in-person learning.
Chicago Public Schools CEO Janice Jackson explains why she thinks it's safe to return to in-person learning and the potential repercussions for teachers refusing to return to work.
One university wants to prevent several words and phrases from being brought into the new year.
Cook County Commissioner Bridget Gainer talks about how the COVID-19 pandemic has stripped away a lot of internship opportunities for students.
Children are more at risk of contracting the coronavirus at a social gathering than in a classroom or childcare setting, a study by the University of Mississippi Medical Center found.