South Dakota’s six public universities plan to offer in-state tuition rates to students from Illinois by next fall.
Preliminary test scores around the country confirm: The longer many students studied remotely, the less they learned. Some educators and parents are questioning decisions from Boston to Chicago to Los Angeles to remain online long after clear evidence emerged that schools weren’t super-spreaders.
The federal lawsuits stemmed from several rounds of layoffs at 18 schools under the “turnaround” policy. The affected employees worked at schools on Chicago’s South or West sides and many were in black communities.
University of Oregon President Michael Schill will assume that office at Northwestern University this fall, the Evanston school's board of trustees announced Thursday.
Rebecca Blank, who was named last fall the first female president of Northwestern University, announced Monday she is stepping down after being diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer.
The FBI and Department of Homeland Security both investigated the breach and the vendor is “monitoring and will continue to monitor the internet in case the data is posted or distributed," CPS said.
The district said the change applies inside school buildings, on school property, and on school buses, though students and employees will still be encouraged to wear masks.
A $4 million federal grant program is available to pay for Illinois teachers to earn a state license to teach the English language.
The lawsuit was filed anonymously by the family in 2016. The case was into the second week of a trial when the district negotiated a settlement.
“The existence of an actual controversy is a prerequisite for appellate jurisdiction, and a reviewing court will generally not decide matters that are abstract, hypothetical, or moot,” the appeals court ruled.