Hundreds Of Acceptance Letters From Elite Magnet School Sent By MistakeLast week hundreds of parents received word of what can be for some hitting the jackpot, acceptance into the esteemed LaSalle Language Academy. But it was a big mistake.
Teachers Union Calls On Chicagoans To "Shut It Down" On April 1The Chicago Teachers Union says it wants to "shut the city down" April 1 as it presses its demands for a balanced state budget and higher taxes on wealthy Illinoisans, reports WBBM’s Bob Roberts.
Computer Science Now Required For Chicago High SchoolersDemand for computer science jobs is extremely high....
CTU Nurses Say Private Contractors Providing Inadequate Health Care For Students Unionized school nurses are calling on the Board of Education to reverse a privatization deal they say could be harmful to the health of the students, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
War Of Words Continues Between Governor Rauner, CPSGovernor Bruce Rauner is continuing his war of words with Chicago Public School officials over a state investigation of the CPS budget, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Claypool Not Ruling Out Civil Rights Lawsuit Against State Over School FundingChicago Public Schools CEO Forrest Claypool took issue with Governor Rauner's statement on school funding.
Baffoe: The NHL Draft In Chicago Is True LoveBaffoe sounds off on the marriage between the NHL and city of Chicago.
CPS Dad Pens Sarcastic Absence Excuse Letter for Child
Dozens Of Aldermen Backing Resolution To Use Surplus TIF Funds To Help CPSDozens of aldermen say they want the city to use more than a billion dollars in so-called TIF development funds to help bail out the Chicago Public Schools, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Aldermen Divided On Steering TIF Dollars Away From Community Projects To Held Fund CPSCBS 2's Dorothy Tucker has dilemma they're facing.
Latest CPS Offer Gets Frosty Reception From CTUThe teachers union is taking a dim view, but the head of the Chicago Public Schools is talking about a new contract offer in hopes of heading off a strike threat, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
CPS Principals Joining Budget DiscussionThey’ve gone public with a letter to state and local politicians to find the $480 million needed to fund public schools and avoid mid-year budget cuts. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.