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  • Almost all school districts in state are out of snow days

    Almost all school districts in state are out of snow days
    It will soon be payback time for Maryland students who have spent those lazy snow days sleeping until 10 a.m., playing with friends and sledding.
  • Early release drawing concern from parents over scheduling

    Early release drawing concern from parents over scheduling
    An early-release schedule started at Palatine Community Consolidated School District 15 schools went very smoothly in the first week, Superintendent Scott Thompson said. Students are starting school five minutes earlier and ending five minutes later...

    Hinsdale's first female president remembered for dedication to children, lifelong learning

    Hinsdale's first female president remembered for dedication to children, lifelong learning
    Joyce Skoog, the village of Hinsdale's first and only female village president, is remembered for her commitment to community, for providing leadership during a time of transition and for putting family first. Before serving as village president from...

    City teachers upset about mail clause in proposed contract

    City teachers upset about mail clause in proposed contract
    On any given day, a teacher's mailbox is usually chock full of messages: leaflets advertising professional development, discount coupons for office supplies, publications from curriculum companies, and book club invitations. But under a contract that...

    Friends of the Libraries: Libraries a spot for lifelong learning

    In my last missive, I said I would talk more about the four core missions that Howard Besser mentioned in his "The Shape of the 21st Century Library." One of the things he mentioned was "continuous educational development." If we are talking about...