More Protests Over Englewood School PlanChicago Public Schools proposes building a new, $85 million high school in Englewood to replace four others it would close.
CPS Public Meeting On Englewood Schools Turns Into Rowdy Shouting MatchA two-hour public meeting on the Chicago school board's plan to replace four high schools in Englewood with one new $85-million school degenerated at times into a shouting match.
Claypool Apologizes After Being Accused Of Cover-UpChicago Public Schools CEO Forrest Claypool apologizes no fewer than four times for lying to ethics investigators and other missteps –- actions that have prompted some to call for his termination.
Students, CTU Upset With Future CPS ClosuresCPS announced their plan Friday saying Robeson, Harper, John Hope College Prep and TEAM Englewood high schools could close by June.
Chance The Rapper Directs $2.2 Million To CPS SchoolsThe money will help fund arts and music programs at 20 Chicago public schools.
National Rankings Show ESL Students In Chicago Are Closing Academic GapsNational rankings show that students trying to learn English in the Chicago Public Schools have been making some major academic progress.
Chicago Public Schools Takes Out $275 Million LoanChicago Public Schools has turned to JPMorgan Chase for a $275 million loan to keep operating through June and make a contribution to teacher pensions.
At Issue: Key Lawmakers Believe A State Budget Agreement Is Still PossibleLawmakers in the Illinois Senate say they are in an agreement on many of the elements of a state budget and a measure was approved in their Chamber, but some nagging differences remain on some key issues.
Mayor Emanuel Announces Expansion Of CPS Principal Leadership ProgramMayor Emanuel announced Thursday the expansion of incentive and training programs to encourage independence and success among Chicago Public School principals.
Mayor Emanuel Pushes Bill For Fairly Distributed Education MoneyMayor Emanuel is expressing high hopes for legislation in Springfield that takes a step towards resolving Illinois’ long-term school funding problems.
Forrest Claypool Says Rauner Administration Treatment To CPS Is DiscriminatoryChicago Public Schools Chief Forrest Claypool said he is not holding his breath for help from Springfield to keep city schools open, but he is confident they will keep going.
The City Thanks Chicago's Safe Passage Program For No Major IncidentsHundreds of workers in Chicago's Safe Passage Program gathered at McCormick Place to get a personal thank you from the city's school's chief, police superintendent and the Mayor.