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  • Now that PARCC is inevitable, helping kids see big picture

     Now that PARCC is inevitable, helping kids see big picture
    The day after Chicago Public Schools announced it will reluctantly administer the controversial PARCC exam to the district's 230,000 eligible students, I attended a lecture that convinced me the move is a defeat for students.
  • Heaven for little boys proposed for Park Forest

    News from the Southtown Star: By midsummer, Park Forest plans to unveil a rail park that officials expect to become a major tourist destination for train buffs throughout the United States....From a 35-foot-high train-viewing platform, rail enthusiasts...

    Glencoe D35 creates committee to examine full-day kindergarten

    Glencoe School District 35 is examining whether to join a large number of Illinois schools in offering full-day kindergarten, but many hurdles need to be cleared before a final decision can be made, officials said. At their March 2 board meeting,...

    Emanuel announces expansion of CPS 'teaching academies'

    Emanuel announces expansion of CPS 'teaching academies'
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced plans today to expand a Chicago Public Schools teacher training program that would double the number of so-called “teaching academies” at chronically failing schools across the city. In a commencement address to...

    Who is this kid?

    Who is this kid?
    Imagine the literary masterpieces the world would never know if children grew up seeing eye-to-eye with their parents. (Romeo who?) It's a truism as old as time that kids will spend many of their years feeling like their parents totally don't get them....