CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (AP) — A top administrator says the University of Illinois may need to increase its spending on financial aid after watching growing numbers of students decide to go elsewhere because of rising costs.
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It was an even playing field for everyone at Knoxville High School as freshman and seniors alike entered the new building for the first time.
After the Galesburg Education Association’s membership ratified a four-year contract on Thursday, emotions were still running high into the evening.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Gov. Pat Quinn’s running mate says Republican Bruce Rauner’s plan to roll back the temporary state income tax increase would “decimate” education in Illinois.
The Galesburg Education Association contends that there is still an opportunity for teachers to get their way on a big remaining sticking point in what are largely considered stalled contract negotiations.