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The U. of C. found the schools don't boost test scores or grades, but said there are other benefits.

The Loop »

The United Educators of UNO have set a strike date for Wednesday.

Old Town »

Plans for a high school that was once to be named after President Barack Obama have been stalled.

North Park »

Chicago teachers may go on strike Tuesday for the third time since 2012.

River North »

"We want no cuts to our pay and benefits," CTU President Karen Lewis said.

Downtown »

Ald. Harry Osterman said the city's on edge as a Tuesday strike deadline approaches.

Logan Square »

The neighborhood school, 3212 W. George St., lost one teacher in the latest round of budget cuts.

Chinatown »

The Chicago Teachers Union House of Delegates set the Oct. 11 deadline on Wednesday.

Downtown »

Alderman and the CTU said the Emanuel administration is talking directly with teachers union officials.

Downtown »

The Chicago Teachers Union has to give 10 days' notice before staging a walkout.

Morgan Park »

Mayor Emanuel was joined by Ald. Matt O'Shea a day after touting a mentoring initiative.

Englewood »

Ten schools in violence-plagued communities will be able to use the grant to help students.

The Loop »

The average ACT score improved to 18.4 from 18.2 the year before, but remained below the U.S. average.

Downtown »

Parents who had to go pick up kids left chanting, "We want a vote. Keep our schools afloat."

Downtown »

Ald. George Cardenas called for making students a priority, but others defended their TIF funds.