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Chicago continues to increase the number of graduates, but the city is still behind the state

State law now allows automatic suspension of teachers' licenses when charged with serious crimes

School district reimagines education system to start at birth

With teacher strike possible in Chicago, advocates say all Illinoisans should pay attention

Computer science education for Illinois children, teachers to be summit focus

Watchdog warns of CPS spending pressures as teacher strike looms

Editorial: The mayor is right: Chicago teachers have ‘no reason’ to strike

Chicago Teachers Union knocks CPS spending plan as a ‘Rahm budget’ as it calls for delay in vote

Can Janice Jackson save CPS?

Career Education pays $30 million to settle FTC action