Posts Tagged ‘education’
URBANA, Ill. (AP) — University of Illinois trustees have voted to add coverage for sex-change operations to the health insurance plan used by many students at the flagship campus.
Fourth graders at Nielson Elementary School in Galesburg are hoping to provide clean drinking water to the less fortunate.
CHICAGO (AP) — A group of parents say they support plans by some Chicago Public School students not to take the Illinois Standard Achievement Test.
CHICAGO (AP) — Filmmaker George Lucas and his wife Mellody Hobson are donating $25 million to a prestigious private school on Chicago’s South Side.
Five former students of Knox College were recognized last night for achievements in their chosen careers.
The Seymour Library on the Knox campus played host to honorees, college officials, and students for the Knox College Founders Day Alumni Achievement Awards.
LAKE IN THE HILLS, Ill. (AP) — Chicago Blackhawks star Patrick Kane has surprised a suburban Chicago second-grade class with a video message from the Sochi Olympics.
CHICAGO (AP) — Faculty members at the University of Illinois at Chicago say they’re walking off the job for two days over the pace of contract negotiations.
The Monmouth-Roseville Board of Education got a little more information this week regarding a tax referendum that will be on the March 18th ballot.