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Englewood »

For the third time since December, Earle STEM Elementary School will have a new principal.

Englewood »

New physical education and arts teachers are being hired with $21.5 million in tax increment financing.

Pilsen »

CPS says the teachers were fired due to declining student enrollment and the loss of state grant money.

Auburn Gresham »

Walter Gresham Elementary parent Anthony Jackson said he had been in touch with CPS officials Monday.

Auburn Gresham »

The nation's oldest civil rights organization is investigating whether a school ''turnaround'' was fair.

Portage Park »

Catherine Sugure, sister of Ald. Pat O'Connor, was picked by the Gray Elementary Local School Council.

Pilsen »

Teachers: New grading system allows students to pass despite missing huge chunks of the school year.

Near West Side »

The lack of community boundaries for who can run or vote in Monday's election has led to confusion.

Bronzeville »

Vernell Slaughter once crunched numbers working at a bank but now breaks them down as a math teacher.

Austin »

Officials will decide Wednesday if Austin's By The Hand Club for Kids will become a charter school site.

Downtown »

The City Council used an old trick to derail a demand to halt a Board of Education vote on charters.

Bronzeville »

Ketesha Melendez is the new acting principal at Crispus Attucks Elementary in Bronzeville.

West Englewood »

Ald. Toni Foulkes (15th) said she would like to see the former Earle Elementary building reopen.

West Englewood »

Conflicting reports put Ketesha Melendez at a Bronzeville school or CPS office in Englewood-Gresham.