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            Education

            Comprehensive education coverage for Chicago, including public schools, higher education, the Chicago Teachers Union and everything parents and students need to know.

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            For families of kids with complex medical needs, the stakes have never been higher

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            Time to ditch the term ‘screen time?’ One Chicago expert says it’s not very helpful

            There’s an undeserved stigma attached to plopping a kid in front of a computer, Alexis Lauricella says, and that’s become clearer during the coronavirus pandemic.

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            City’s share of stimulus package: $572 million

            The CTA will get $800 million and Chicago Public Schools another $205 million. But it won’t be nearly enough, Mayor Lori Lightfoot said Thursday.

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            GI Bill college help came for one vet’s family but others still dealing with military’s broken promises

            A Marine veteran’s daughter, faced with a sudden and crushing debt, chose not to go to law school — after being accepted and putting down a deposit — rather than face more debt. A proposal in Congress promises a fix.

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            Navy fixes GI Bill error that forced student to leave DePaul and left her with $20K debt

            After Sun-Times reports, acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly has told a retired veteran that the debt will be waived. But others still face similar problems.

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            Confidence in Chicago’s public schools is up on the North Side, elsewhere not so much

            Public elementary schools are increasingly popular with North Side middle-class families, but parents are abandoning neighborhood schools on the West Side and South Side.

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            Latino students seeking college degrees in record numbers, but path is often fraught

            Some at Northeastern Illinois University and North Park College, both ‘Hispanic-serving institutions,’ say they’re put off by the cost, the whiteness and the bureaucracy.

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            CPS principal had been warned over 2018 incident before new bottle-throwing allegation

            Kurt Jones, the principal at top-rated Franklin Fine Arts, is under investigation for allegedly causing a lunchroom worker’s concussion last month.

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            Field Museum, Newberry Library to receive grants from National Endowment for the Humanities

            The National Endowment for the Humanities on Tuesday announced $22.5 million in grants.

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            Here’s who can get a laptop or tablet from CPS for 上海11选5走势图 use

            The district has spelled out which students have priority to receive one of the 100,000 devices being given out — and how to get one.

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            Federal student loans are paused for 6 months — should you pay anyway?

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            City Colleges students’ struggles magnified by pandemic, but school’s tech investment paying off

            Most classes have successfully moved online, students and faculty say, but the unique needs of City Colleges students still present hardships that aren’t as common at four-year schools.

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            UChicago students threaten tuition strike, want rate cut 50% during coronavirus pandemic

            "As everyone knows, unemployment is reaching record levels, and that is clearly affecting students and their families," Julia Attie, an organizer of the campaign, said Friday.

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            CPS principal investigated for allegedly throwing bottle at lunchroom worker, causing concussion

            The accusation against Franklin Elementary Fine Arts Center Principal Kurt Jones follows other claims he throws food and chairs and has contributed to a hostile work environment at the school.

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            High school theater performances cut short, canceled statewide due to coronavirus

            With crowds limited and schools shut down, student performers have lost their audience and stage.

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            CPS teachers on parade: 30-car caravan brightens day for kids missing school (yes, some are)

            "This is one effort to demonstrate that we are here, that we are committed to our school community, and that when it is safe, we will be together again," Dore Elementary’s principal said.

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            Officials mull allowing Illinois medical students to graduate early, join COVID-19 fight

            Chicago students say they would be willing to pitch in if they get the OK.

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            Here’s where CPS families can still get free food during spring break, beyond

            The district is reducing the number of schools distributing food to 276 starting April 13.

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            CPS to receive $205M in federal coronavirus relief funding, state estimates

            The total is 40 percent of the more than half-billion dollars expected to come to Illinois schools.

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            U. of I. designs prototype for low-cost, easy-to-build ventilator — and offers it free to manufacturers

            Any company could build and distribute the sorely needed ventilators in as little as 4-6 weeks because of the simplicity of the design, officials said.

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            I’m a parent and a teacher. Remote learning should worry us all

            Even with a master’s degree in education and 16 years in the field, I know I am only half as adequate as my children’s actual teachers.

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            CPS to distribute 100K laptops, iPads and Chromebooks for students to use at 上海11选5走势图

            Chicago Public Schools officials announced its new remote learning plan Monday in order to meet new state requirements.

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            CPS students unlikely to return to schools this year, alderman says after mayoral briefing

            "We have no expectation of them going back," Ald. Ray Lopez (15th) told the Sun-Times after a conference call with Lori Lightfoot. "I don’t know why they’d have to go back if they’re all learning at 上海11选5走势图."

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            Coronavirus upends college decision process for Chicago high school students

            As deadlines approaches to choose a school, seniors are facing an increasingly difficult decision.

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            State education officials say school districts must start remote learning Tuesday

            The state has also ended this spring’s standardized testing, including the SAT, after receiving a federal waiver.

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            About 1 in 6 Chicago students win spots at preferred test-in high school

            Tens of thousands of students learned which CPS school they were accepted into Friday.

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            Students feeling left behind as schools try to educate kids online — with little guidance

            Google Classroom is not a real classroom, CPS students say: "I feel like I am losing out."

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            1st-generation college students struggled to get to school — now they are struggling at 上海11选5走势图: ‘I miss going to classes’

            "All the layers of difficulty these students face are just on top of each other right now," says Bridgette Davis, a doctoral student at University of Chicago who is studying these students.

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            CPS to buy new computers for students to use at 上海11选5走势图, ramp up e-learning during coronavirus shutdown

            Creating a comprehensive e-learning plan is becoming increasingly important as students appear to be headed for a lengthy stay at 上海11选5走势图

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            U. of I. makes academic changes to give students more flexibility, lower stress during semester upended by coronavirus

            But some students, like 20-year-old Cristal Caballaro, say the university still needs to do more to help vulnerable students make the transition to remote and off-campus instruction.

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            Chicago weighing whether to offer free childcare to hospital workers, first-responders at schools

            It wasn’t yet clear how much demand there would be for the service, or if any proposal would actually come to fruition.

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            City spelling bee champ sees postponement of national bee as ‘blessing in disguise’

            Grahm Sheldon won the regional Chicago competition March 12.

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            CPS seeks $75 million to deal with coronavirus crisis

            If approved by the Chicago Public Schools board, the resolution would immediately give district officials ultimate flexibility in addressing the crisis through the end of June.

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            CPS board to meet virtually due to coronavirus, but public speaker slots cut dramatically

            The live-streamed meeting will be held Wednesday evening with most participants joining via remote teleconferencing.

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            COVID-19 contracted by employee at North Central College in Naperville

            Public health officials told the school to expect additional cases in the coming days.