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‘Proof is in implementation:’ Chicago offers a first look at its $135 million curriculum overhaul

Chicago schools CEO search: ‘A very difficult job — now more than ever’

Chicago says it will reform school budgeting. Can efforts survive a pandemic?

Advocates insist that budget reform efforts could still lead to important changes, and that the need for equitable funding is all the more urgent.

Expect masks, temperature checks: Chicago schools chief offers new details about fall

Chicago district leaders suspend food distribution, say protests will spur ‘difficult conversations’ in virtual classrooms Monday

Even before federal COVID-19 rescue checks arrive, Illinois schools spend tens of millions on technology

Drumroll, please: Chicago announces a virtual graduation ceremony, and it will star Oprah

Despite coronavirus uncertainty, Chicago school leaders move forward with $125 million budget boost

Tens of thousands more devices coming to Chicago schools but internet remains a challenge

Goodbye As, Bs and Cs? Chicago Public Schools to revisit grading during pandemic

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Union secures promise of no layoffs, this year, for teachers, say leadership: Find daily updates on Chicago education in an epidemic

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Chicago to buy more computers and ramp up virtual learning, with details coming this week

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Live updates on coronavirus and Chicago schools: Illinois infant tests positive for coronavirus

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Seven things parents should know about Chicago school closures and coronavirus

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Frustrated Lincoln Park High School council calls for meeting with mayor, more transparency from Chicago Public Schools

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Lincoln Park High allegations test Chicago’s new protocol for investigating sexual misconduct complaints

The COVID-19 outbreak is changing our daily reality

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The real enrollment challenge in Chicago: what to do with all those empty school seats

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Chicago school board greenlights strike makeup days, but principals raise concerns

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Live updates from Day 11 of the Chicago teachers strike: One final back-and-forth

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Chicago and union reach tentative pact — but teachers say an end to strike hinges on making up days

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Live updates from Day 8 of the Chicago teachers strike: Both sides stuck as classes are canceled for ninth day

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Saturday talks between Chicago and its teachers union end with no deal — and a $38 million divide

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In Chicago, growth in Advanced Placement participation not reaching all students equally

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Here are the 5 big issues in Chicago’s teachers contract dispute — and where negotiations stand

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Negotiations deadlocked as Chicago looks toward its fifth day without school

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Live updates from Day 3 of the Chicago teachers strike: A quick settlement ‘not likely,’ union says

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Class size in Chicago: Why teachers say adding aides doesn’t resolve the challenge of too-large classes

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10 things to watch as a teachers strike begins in Chicago

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Chicago begins contingency planning in event of teacher strike

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With no deal yet, Chicago teachers set strike for Oct. 17

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Chicago schools chief asks Congress for more federal help to address childhood trauma

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‘I’m not satisfied.’ Chicago schools chief touts academic gains, but aims to do better for black and brown boys