Safe Passage Cleanup Underway Before School StartsSafe Passage workers help Chicago kids get to and from school safely.
Neighbor Sees Dumpster Full Of Books: 'It's Very Sad'"Just thinking the impact it could have made on someone reading those, and it's just left in the dumpster. It's very sad."
Families Who Say CPS Didn't Stop Bullying, Abuse Of Special Needs Students To Protest At Federal Building TuesdayParents of elementary-aged special needs students who have been strangled, beaten and dragged at the hands of their teachers are speaking out about what they say is really going on in some Chicago Public Schools classrooms. 
Parent Of Suicidal Student Says CPS Isn't Doing Enough To Stop BullyingA seventh grader bullied so badly, she thought about suicide. Her mother said CPS isn't taking her cries for help seriously.
'Dear Diary, Today I Just Want To Die': CPS 7th Grader Bullied By PeersA middle school student at a Chicago Public School has been the target of bullying that has become so bad that she has started to think about taking her own life. 
Parents May Have To Pay For Pre-K In Lincoln Park"I think this school is lacking diversity. I hope the plan they're putting in place will increase diversity."
Entire Chicago Board Of Education Steps DownAll seven members of Chicago's Board of Education announced Wednesday that they would resign. 
Chicago Public Schools Wants To Spend $100 Million On Curriculum OverhaulChicago Public Schools leaders on Wednesday will ask the Board of Education to spend more than $100 million to overhaul the CPS curriculum. 
Teacher Removed From CPS School For Alleged Inappropriate Contact With KidsA Near West Side teacher has been removed from the classroom after being accused of touching students. 
Special Olympics Student-Athletes Miss Games Because Buses Ordered By CPS Never ArrivedCPS said of the 100 buses they ordered to take student-athletes to the Special Olympics games Thursday, 12 never showed up.
Lake View High Students, Parents Bothered By Bed Bugs Found At School"Obviously concerning, because we have so many students here and it's easily spreadable."