Lane Tech Principal Christopher Dignam announced his resignation, having accepted a job in Deerfield.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel's foes had said he was playing politics to keep irate parents from voting in anger.
Ald. Mell says she had nothing to do with the Cleveland Elementary ad.
Despite the measles outbreak, some CPS parents said they won't vaccinate their children.
Lucy Reese, of Roseland, sent four of her children to charter schools. She was in Springfield last week.
The aldermen will pool resources to bolster Amundsen and Lake View high schools.
It was all hands on deck as Little Italy, Pilsen and the West Loop plowed out from under the blizzard.
Ald. Nicholas Sposato has called for an elected school board and supported the teachers strike in 2012.
Chicago Public Schools made the decision Sunday amid the blizzard.
Cook County Commissioner Jesus "Chuy" Garcia charged CPS has "dug in your heels" on a federal lawsuit.
A new law against cyberbullying has led some Illinois districts to compel the surrender of passwords.
CPS will hold classes on two previously scheduled off days to make up for cancellations.
U. of C. study found more than 800 kids landed in lower-performing schools after the mass closings.
Jackson Principal Mathew Ditto plans to leave his position at the school at the end of the month.
Bronzeville's only all-girl public school, a charter, throws open its doors for prospective students.
Get Our Daily DNA Open House Newsletter
Thank you for signing up!
Would you like to sign up for additional newsletters?
Thank you for signing up for additional newsletters.