Posts Tagged ‘education’
CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago Public Schools official say a reduced number of students expected in the fall has prompted the layoff of teachers and other staff.
URBANA, Ill. (AP) — University of Illinois trustees Chairman Christopher Kennedy says rumors that he’s interested in becoming the next university president are not true.
A program designed to provide free lunches and increase revenue was voted down by the Galesburg School Board, Monday night.
Abingdon-Avon school district officials say they’re still waiting to hear from the teachers union on whether the newest tweaks to their contract are ones teachers feel they can work with.
URBANA, Ill. (AP) — University of Illinois Chancellor Phyllis Wise says that a new medical school being proposed in Urbana-Champaign should be small and what she called complementary.
All the funding for the new Knoxville High School addition is in place.
CHICAGO (AP) — Gov. Pat Quinn has signed a plan into law that guarantees a higher percentage of state grant money be set aside for early education.
While several esteemed individuals were recognized during Saturday’s Knox College Commencement ceremony, the students also had their chance.
Students at ROWVA found themselves competing at a competition with thousands of other students last month.