The winners will join a program that aims to introduce more black and Latino male teachers into the Chicago Public School system.
Principal Melanie Beatty-Sevier “accepted another position within the district” and her last day will be March 24, CPS told parents.
Voters in Chicago’s 39th and 47th wards will be choosing successors to aldermen who chose not to seek reelection: Marge Laurino and Ameya Pawar.
African-Americans are leaving for better opportunities as a small-but-growing number of Hispanics move into Englewood and West Englewood.
Lolita’s Bodega recruits women entrepreneurs from across the city to sell their products at Humboldt Park’s Boathouse Cafe once a month.
A new summer program offered by Wright College will pay students to improve their math and science skills with hopes of diversifying the STEM field.
5th Ward Ald. Leslie Hairston, 15th Ward Ald. Raymond Lopez, 16th Ward Ald. Toni Foulkes & Ald. Howard Brookins Jr. were headed to an April runoff.
The goal is simple: replace the usual pizza and donuts often brought to meetings with healthier options that people feel comfortable making at home.
The California-based Kapor Center, which tries to increase diversity in tech fields, is bringing its SMASH Academy college-prep program to Illinois.
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.