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.
The YMCA "School's Out" program will continue Thursday at six locations around the city.
The big stories of 2014 include CPS' sex ed curriculum and the closure of Nuevo Leon restaurant.
The suit named Scammon Elementary Principal Mary Weaver as the primary offender.
Ald. Bob Fioretti accused Deborah Quazzo of "double dipping" as an investor in firms doing CPS business.
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.
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