The students who visited are all in Westinghouse Prep’s rigorous Paschen Scholars Program, an initiative to build the next generation of engineers.
City Colleges also modernized its curriculum to meet industry needs to make students strong prospects when they enter the job market.
IDHS announced it found a way to assure people receive their benefits for February, but there’s a catch.
A report released Thursday outlines how Chicago can best leverage the Opportunity Zones tax credit to everyone’s benefit — not just developers.
One of the stores is in Marshfield Plaza in Morgan Park, where a Target store is slated to close next month.
Although the approval is pending, some residents, including business owner Kurt Gippert and his wife Maria Paula Cabrera, are apprehensive.
Even the most used bus route –– No. 79 79th Street –– suffered the biggest drop, falling from 8.5 million riders ten years ago to 5.6 million in 2018.
ZF Chassis has supplied suspension modules for the Ford Taurus, but production of that sedan ends in March; Ford’s Chicago plant will focus on SUVs.
Thursday’s demonstration, which ended with about 50 students marching out of the building, was the third since school started in September.
The new report, completed in partnership with the Local Initiatives Support Corporation, outlines some grand visions but offers no cost estimates.
“Ten million dollars is quite a large chunk of change and we could do a lot of things with it,” said Bob Tucker, of the Chicago Community Loan Fund.
Acero Charter Schools is asking the Illinois Educational Labor Relations Board to stop the Chicago Teachers Union from continuing its strike.
Progress is being made toward resolving the nation’s first-ever charter school strike, officials said, but the two sides are not there yet.
Bargaining was expected to continue through the night to resolve the strike involving 550 Acero teachers and paraprofessional.
Teachers for the Acero charter schools network are taking to the picket line, marking the first-ever strike by charter school educators in the U.S.