Dr. Timuel Black and the Chicago Botanic Garden supported a plan to make it a green "global" school.
Parents held a petition drive and letter-writing campaign to ask the mayor to cool down the school.
Pulaski is becoming "a true neighborhood school" with a focus on "world thinking," one parent said.
Ald. John Arena has called for an elected school board, and supported the teachers 2012 strike.
Brenda Remess won the high school $10,000 through full commitment to an "Hour of Code" contest.
Blacks were 40 percent of CPS' overall teaching corp in 2012; today it's 24.3 percent, UIC experts say.
After learning they were in second place, students rallied using social media to boost voting.
Parents and students, get your applications in order for the city's top public schools.
University of Chicago researchers found the rate had increased from 8 percent in 2006.
CPS released its new quality ratings, with a number of neighborhood schools earning the highest mark.
The auditorium, one of the largest on the Far Northwest Side, needs a new lighting and sound system.
Whitney Young grad Danielle Schroeder, of Wrigleyville, hopes to power Seton Hall past BYU.
CPS will unveil plans for the $17.6 million project that officials hope will relieve overcrowding.
Now that the Pilsen school's council has voted to fire her, CPS will approve or deny the recommendation.
The City Council Health Committee took up the issue of sleep deprivation among teenagers.
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