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Chicago Public Schools Plays Tug-of-War with its Bilingual Programs
The Transitional Bilingual Education Program and the Dual Language Program -- both offered by Chicago Public Schools -- aren't getting the same treatment and are producing different results.
How is Illinois Handling All of the Bilingual Teacher Vacancies?
The Illinois State Board of Education is offering $4 million in response to bilingual teacher vacancies. It's a temporary solution, and teachers say there’s more that can be done.
How Has COVID-19 Impacted Chicago Public Library Visits?
According to City of Chicago data, 3.6 million total visits to CPL branches were recorded throughout 2021, less than half of 2019, the year before the pandemic.
CPS is Lifting its Mask Mandate Monday After Drop in Omicron Cases
Chicago Public Schools is dropping its mask mandate on Monday after Omicron cases dropped in the past month.
COVID-19: UIC, Chicago Pulling Through Omicron Surge
After a rough start to the semester due to the Omicron variant, classes at UIC have settled in back on campus as COVID-19 positivity rates on campus, and around the city, drop.
Saturday Night Football During COVID-19: Less Beer, More Masks
As COVID-19 shut down some campuses as others stayed open, the Big Ten Conference struggled with how to field a football season. In the end, nobody was happy.
Pritzker Defeats Bailey for Another Term as Governor
Election Night Comes to a Bitter End for Bailey and His Supporters
Duckworth Reelected to U.S. Senate in Big Win Over Salvi
Emotional Giannoulias Wins Secretary of State Race Convincingly
Midterm Election Night Updates: Pritzker, Duckworth Lock Up Races Early
Gender Rights and Issues
Outbreak: COVID-19 in Chicago
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