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Norwood Park »

The new nurse started at Oriole Park elementary Thursday, two days after Ald. Mary O'Conner complained.

Norwood Park »

Ald. Mary O'Connor said she was "outraged" that one of her schools is losing a nurse as a result.

Portage Park »

Seven candidates are vying to replace Ald. Tim Cullerton on the City Council.

Kenwood »

More than 400 rallied in Kenwood behind education as the civil rights issue of today.

Jefferson Park »

Ald. John Arena has called for an elected school board, and supported the teachers 2012 strike.

River North »

Officials declined to go into specifics about her hospitalization and were mum on her mayoral bid.

Downtown »

The Chicago Teachers Union head was being evaluated, officials said in a statement.

McKinley Park »

The potential mayoral candidate talked TIF-transparency, schools and Chicago violence.

Downtown »

Neighborhood groups joined aldermen in calling for day care for all Chicago children.

Logan Square »

The Logan Square Neighborhood Association said its 10 schools will see $3M in budget cuts this year.

Bronzeville »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel credited Safe Passage workers, police initiatives and a "mind shift" at CPS.

The Loop »

CPS says the layoffs are due to "enrollment declines," claims fewest end-of-year teacher cuts in years.

Oakland »

Burns declined to sign on to a plan to keep Dyett open, but promised a report on community opinion.

Bridgeport »

The improvements are part of the school district's 2015 budget.

River North »

CTU President Karen Lewis said, "I'm not looking to make anybody's election year easy at all."