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Gretchen Brinza was named the top Illinois STEM teacher for kindergarten through fifth grade.

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The Lions might want to return their new weight room, as Coach DeFrancesco credits training outdoors.

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Omar Magana of OPEN Center for the Arts turned student chimpanzee art into four sculptures.

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Despite academic gains, King College Prep is only selective-enrollment school with a drop in admissions.

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The district is partnering with Equal Opportunity Schools to push more students into rigorous classes.

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Chicago International is changing leadership after getting the second-to-lowest ranking for three years.

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Researchers found Chicago is now doing better than most urban districts at getting kids into college.

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Lincoln Park High School, Alcott Elementary and Newberry Academy suffered minor declines.

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The school district also released budget figures for each school.

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You can go to any Chipotle in Chicago to grab food and participate in the fundraiser.

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Payton students know the drill — even freshmen — as Manierre Elementary reaches full CPS compliance.

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Lincoln Park's Alcott will lose two teachers in the cuts announced this week.

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CPS released a list of 366 schools affected by planned layoffs before the 2017-18 school year.

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Chase, Funston, Mozart and Yates schools also are losing teaching positions.

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The layoffs will affect nearly half of Chicago Public Schools.