Parents at one of the highest ranked elementary schools in the state are upset that their principal shamed some students over the length of their shorts.
A group of South Side high school students was back in Chicago on Friday, after a trip to Washington, D.C., to visit President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama at the White House.
A non-profit organization has begun shipping 700 computers to needy students in Mexico and the Dominican Republic
Nearly 100,000 Chicago Public Schools students would have to find a new way to get to class starting next week, once the CTA shuts down the south end of the Red Line for a major track overhaul.
U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk made a symbolic return to his former Congressional District on the North Shore on Friday, four months after returning to work in Congress.
For Arbor Day, the city of Chicago has embarked on a tree-planting frenzy.
A new study commissioned by the University of Chicago paints a disappointing picture of technology use among public school students in Chicago.
They are supposed to be taking a mandatory state test today, but about 100 CPS high school students instead were boycotting the test and protesting outside Wednesday’s school board meeting.
After 2nd graders from Riley Elementary in Arlington Heights recited facts about the history of immigration in the U.S., some 7th graders took the stage at London Middle School in Wheeling to outline their proposals before their peers and politicians.
High schoolers everywhere are getting ready for prom, but at most high schools, special needs students get left out every year. That’s not the case at Waukegan High School.
The pop superstar came to the northwest suburbs to thank students for their efforts to raise money for charity.
The head of the Chicago Public Schools said Tuesday, despite what critics say, closing some underused or poorly performing schools would be better for the children in them in the long run.
A group of about 50 teachers, parents and students from the Chicago Public Schools boarded a bus to Springfield Tuesday morning, to make their voices heard about school closings.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel seemed unfazed Thursday by a newspaper report showing nine out of ten students attending the Chicago public schools targeted for closure are African Americans.
Michelle Obama was in town Thursday to kick off a new fitness initiative. As CBS 2′s Dana Kozlov reports, the first lady even put on her workout clothes to help do it.
The boys, 15 and 16, touched the girl’s breasts, buttocks and tired to slip their hands into her pants, police said.
Several students studying at the College of DuPage to become ultrasound technicians say they’ve wasted thousands of dollars in the program and are considering a lawsuit against the college.
Eighteen elementary school students became ill Wednesday, and 16 of them were taken to the hospital, after apparently ingesting nicotine mints used to help smokers quit.
Two Loyola University students admitted Tuesday that they socialized with the man they have accused of sexually assaulting them in the days after the alleged attack in their dorm rooms on the school’s Lake Shore campus.
Two more CPS students were killed during a weekend that began with a visit from the president to bemoan Chicago’s violent streets.