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CPS Announces Details of “Children First” Plan to Help Parents and Families Most in Need

If CTU chooses to strike, CPS to coordinate safe and engaging environments for students whose families cannot access alternative options; 144 school sites will be open with limited hours; tools are available now for parents to sign up students continue reading »

Culturally Responsive Teaching Model to Expand in Chicago & Suburbs

Students’ academic achievement and social development grew from a curriculum that uses culture as the foundation for literacy and fine arts instruction—according to a three-year independent study conducted by nonprofit Changing Worlds and its research partner, Loyola University’s Center for Urban Research continue reading »

As Latino and Other Immigrant Populations Grow, Bilingual Education is Needed to Keep Kids on Track

In CPS, 12 percent of English-language learners are in the middle grades, and many are at risk of failing in high school. Why? Middle-grades bilingual students present two challenges to schools: teaching adequate English as well as incr continue reading »

Mayor Emanuel Announces Reforms to Chicago’s Approach to Early Childhood Education Across the City

New system will create higher standards so that all children start kindergarten ready to learn, and will provide parents with easy access to information about the best programs continue reading »

Internships for Latinos in Chicago’s Health Fields

In Chicago, Latino teens are being given an early opportunity and experience in medical fields at hospitals like the Children’s Memorial Hospital of Chicago. continue reading »

Internships for Latinos in Chicago’s Health Fields

In Chicago, Latino teens are being given an early opportunity and experience in medical fields at hospitals like the Children’s Memorial Hospital of Chicago. continue reading »

Whitney Young HS Students Create Biodiesel for Lexus Eco Challenge

As part of the Lexus Eco Challenge, students from Whitney Young High School are using a mini oil refinery they created at UIC to transform used cooking oil into a usable and clean biodiesel. continue reading »

Stewards Market Looks to Educate Youth, Community About Finance, Business

On Saturday, Dec. 4, The Stewards Market will host the grand opening of their new office space in the Humboldt Park neighborhood. The non-profit agency, dedicated to educating our youth about financial literacy while providing entrepreneurial continue reading »

Quinn Announces $25 Million Grant to Gage Park School

November 22, 2010. Governor Pat Quinn's administration today announced a $25 million Illinois Jobs Now! capital grant to build the United Neighborhood Organization’s (UNO) newest charter school, the Gage Park Campus in Chicago. continue reading »

Open House of the Manufacturing Institute of Daley College

Daley College has one of the best equipped manufacturing training programs in the country. With CNC machining centers, gear manufacturing equipment, coordinate measuring machines, a complete CAD/CAM computer lab, continue reading »