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  • 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 will be
  • 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...

    Easing the trauma when a child is held back

    Easing the trauma when a child is held back
    Your son was held back a year. How can you ease the burden of returning to the same grade while all his friends have moved on? Parent advice (from our panel of staff contributors) Any chance he can carry out the redo year in another school? If not,...

    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....

    Should parents allow kids to win games?

    Should parents allow kids to win games?
    I’m not a good soccer player, but I’m a heck of a lot better than my 5-year-old son. The same goes for most backyard games as well as board games, video games and almost all other competitions.   I generally don’t run up the score, but...