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City residents ages 14 to 24 are eligible to apply for the six-week jobs program. New numbers show participation rates have yet to bounce back from a pandemic decline.
Chicago schools’ budget strategy is to lobby for more state dollars, officials said.
EduLog, which previously worked with Chicago schools, will provide transportation planning and bus routing for Chicago students.
Dozens of Chicago schools still have police on campus. Local communities will soon vote whether to keep them.
A push to remove police from Chicago schools intensified after the murder of George Floyd in 2020.
Chalkbeat breaks down Paul Vallas’ and Brandon Johnson’s positions on education issues.
State lawmakers must draw districts for Chicago’s elected school board by July 1, 2023 ahead of the November 2024 election. They’re accepting ideas for how to divide up the city through a new online portal.
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