As Many Chicago Schools Remove Cops From Hallways, Data Shows Some Schools Send Kids To Police At Alarming Rates
Some Illinois Schools Gave More Failing Grades After COVID BeganCBS 2 sent Freedom of Information Act requests for student grade data to more than 30 school districts in Illinois. From 13 of those schools, we received grade data, showing eight of those school districts handed out far more failing grades in English, social studies, math and science courses last year than before the pandemic.
Munster, Indiana Students Go Back To School WednesdayClass returns to session Wednesday in person in Munster, Indiana. Families can still choose to opt their child out in favor of e-learning, but many of them are ready to get back into a school routine.
Suburban Schools Prepare To Hold Classes During The PandemicTeachers with face shields, mandatory hand washing for students every hour, temperature checks when they enter classrooms, and one-way hallways for social distancing are all going to be the new reality for Pleasantdale School District 107 students this fall.
'The Place For Children With Autism' Opens WednesdayThe school will celebrate the new Hermosa neighborhood location Wednesday afternoon.
Ticket Woes Continue Near School Staff Parking ZoneA driver is pushing back against the city after getting a ticket for parking in a restricted zone. But she says there was nothing restricted about the spot.
Kavanaugh Delivers Emotional Denial Of Sexual Assault ClaimBrett Kavanaugh fought to rescue his Supreme Court nomination on Thursday, denying allegations that he sexually assaulted Christine Blasey Ford while they were in high school.
Elementary School Opens Meditation Room To 'Replace Behaviors'"It's not punishing students; it's helping them to replace behaviors they don't want to have as a response to certain situations."
South Carolina Schools End Snow Days, Will Have Students Learn OnlineIt may be the middle of summer, but one South Carolina school district is already planning to eliminate their student's snow days.
Accused Dixon Shooter Remains in Jail On $2 Million BondA Lee County Judge Friday denied a request from the attorney of accused Dixon shooter Matthew Milby's attorney to reduce his $2 million bond. Milby, 19, appeared in court via video from jail to face three charges of aggravated discharge of a firearm. He has been in jail since Thursday, since being released from the hospital for minor injuries he sustained during a shootout with school resource officer Mark Dallas.
School Security Officer Arrested For Using Stun Gun On StudentA Missouri school security officer has been arrested after allegedly using a stun gun on a 14-year-old student.
5-Year-Old Claims Teachers Taped Mouth Shut, Threw Out LunchA Michigan family is demanding answers after their five-year-old son claims two teachers repeatedly taped his mouth shut and threw out his lunch at school.
Police Commander Remembered As Involved School DadAt South Loop Elementary, blue ribbons line the street. CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
Lawsuit Filed To Allow Medical Marijuana Use At SchoolThe parents of an 11-year-old student being treated for leukemia have filed the suit, which challenges Illinois law.
Another Flood Victim: Elementary SchoolThough the water has receded from the Murphy Elementary School in Round Lake, millions in repairs will be needed. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.