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Rogers Park »

Gale School to Receive Extra Help From CPS, Alderman Says

The school has struggled academically and has been plagued with facility problems, such as lead paint.

Downtown »

Dyett H.S. Protesters Disrupt Council Hearing, Call Out Ald. Burns

Ald. Will Burns urged protesters to submit their proposal to Chicago Public Schools.

Norwood Park »

Northwest Side Schools Remain Some of the City's Most Crowded, Data Shows

Taft High School remains the most crowded high school in the city.

Rogers Park »

CPS Knew About Damaged Lead Paint at Gale for Five Years, Documents Show

Activists ripped the school district for waiting to remove paint from school until this year.

Old Town »

Documentary Examining CPS Closings Premiering at History Museum

"The Schools Project" is a six-part documentary series.

Norwood Park »

Taft High School to Hold Open House

Officials have touted the completion of a $17 million renovation as the start of a new era.  

Washington Heights »

Parents Mad at CPS Teacher for Allegedly Calling Kids 'Stupid,' 'Ignorant'

Some parents are pushing to have longtime teacher disciplined but others say she's an excellent teacher.

Downtown »

Fioretti Charges Committee Violated Rules to Snuff School-Board Referendum

Ald. Bob Fioretti said the Rules Committee violated the Open Meetings Act.

Downtown »

'Political Shenanigans' Block Referendum on Elected School Board, Ald. Says

The Rules Committee hastily passed three new referendums for the February municipal election.

Downtown »

Progressives to Take Fight for Elected School Board to Council Floor

Aldermen John Arena and Scott Waguespack will use a parliamentary move at Wednesday's council meeting.

Jefferson Park »

CPS Selective Enrollment, Magnet Application Period Open

Chicago Public Schools officials are accepting applications for the 2015-16 school year.

Downtown »

Rahm Offers 'Bargain' to CPS Students in Form of Star Scholarship Program

Scholarships to city colleges would be extended to CPS grads with a 3.0 GPA who are college-ready.

West Englewood »

Earle STEM Elementary Principal Search Down to Two Finalists

Two finalists, who were not named, are being considered for the vacant principal position.  

University Village »

Student Sexually Assaulted in Chicago Tech Bathroom by Another Teen: Police

A student, 16, was arrested in the alleged assault on another 16-year-old boy at Chicago Tech Academy.

Downtown »

Meet the People Banned From CPS Board of Education Meetings

Since December 2013, four people have been banned from attending the monthly meetings.