Illinois state Rep. Deanne Mazzochi (R-Elmhurst) is intent on making sure public universities take seriously what she believes should be their total commitment to free speech on all on campuses across the state.
A group of concerned parents recently traveled to Springfield to plead directly with Gov. J.B. Pritzker about saving a private school scholarship program he has targeted for dissolution as part of his proposed state budget.
Evanston Township High School (ETHS) held its annual Senior Scholarships Night on May 15, acknowledging students in the Class of 2019 who are scholarship recipients through the ETHS Scholarship program.
Former state university employee Harry Lerette, who retired in April 2019, saved $3,446 toward a pension over 7 years working for state universities, State Universities Retirement System of Illinois records show.
New Trier Superintendent Paul Sally reprimanded a school guidance counsel for statements attributed to him in a Wall Street Journal (WSJ) story concerning plans by the College Board to apply an “adversity score” to all children taking college entrance exams, SATs.
More than 130 Illinois public school administrators who signed witness slips in opposition to a bipartisan bill that aims to consolidate Illinois school districts make six-figure salaries, according to an analysis compiled this week.
Critics on the right and left shredded the 2015 documentary film The Hunting Ground for its one-sided, inaccurate illustration of sexual assault on college campuses. Yet for the second year in a row New Trier High School screened the movie for seniors.
In May 2019, Evanston Township High School (ETHS) Wind Symphony performed at the Illinois SuperState Concert Band Festival held in Krannert Center for the Performing Arts at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
Of the 296 students attending Golf Middle School in 2018, 65.7 percent scored proficient in English Language Arts and 52 percent were proficient in math, according to a report recently released by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE).
Of the 357 students attending Hynes Elementary School in 2018, 70 percent scored proficient in English Language Arts and 53.2 percent were proficient in math, according to a report recently released by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE).