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.
As CPS Promises $100 Million In Cuts, Principals Await DetailsCBS 2’s Derrick Blakley has a look at the process.
Illinois Senate President John Cullerton Wants School Funding Formula FixA top Democrat says inequity in Illinois' school funding formula is the "defining crisis of our time" and an overhaul is a top priority.
More Than 100 CPS Students Receive Posse Scholarships Covering College TuitionHard work paid off for Jose Barrera, a high school senior. He'll be among more than 100 students recognized for their academic success at a gala Tuesday night. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports on what makes him and the others so worthy.
Chicago Area Police Lieutenant Values EducationPolice Lieutenant Frank Trost shares information about his background and career.
Chief Psychologist Prepared With Academics And Broad-Field TrainingDr. Kenya D. Key explains how her education and clinical training helped her to be prepared for a competitive workforce in a psychology related field.
Chicago Caremerge Founder And CEO Believes In TeamworkAsif Khan, founder and CEO of Caremerge, gives insight into his role and offers sound advice to others who desire a similar role.
Industrial-Organizational Psychologists Growth Expected To Continue In ChicagoIndustrial-organizational psychology is the fastest growing profession. Find out what it takes to get into this highly specialized field.
Chicago Director Helps Make The Criminal Justice System More JustJac Charlier, Director of Consulting and Training at the Center for Health and Justice, works to improve the justice system and improve the lives of citizens.
Chicago Art Teacher Offers A Nurturing Environment To StudentsStacey Foss, elementary art teacher in Elgin School District U-46, shares her experiences in the classroom.
Chicago Technology Director Finds Daily Inspiration From StudentsMark Dozier is responsible for the purchasing, implementation and maintenance of all tech devices in the school.
Nursing Supervisor Enjoys Communicating With Patients And Co-WorkersMaria Kordas shares her experiences in her nursing career, her expertise in the medical arena and offers solid advice for those looking to pursue a career in the nursing field.
Chicago Chairwoman Challenges The Status QuoMichelle Kilbourne, chair of business & leadership at Judson University, shares her experiences working in the School of Business and Professional Studies.
Competition For Chicago Compensation, Benefits Managers Going StrongCompensation and benefits managers design, guide and manage how much a company compensates its employees; for instance when employees are traveling for business purposes, this position determines what kind of expenses are able to be compensated.
Chicago Disaster Psychologist Recommends Pursuing Passion As A CareerThrough this position, Aten started the Humanitarian Disaster Institute (HDI) to study faith and mental health in disaster contexts and to help people, congregations and communities live more resiliently.