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  • District 87 could choose Glenbard East principal in February

    Glenbard High School District 87 plans to pick a new Glenbard East principal as soon as February, a decision that would end a process lasting just a few weeks. District officials are interviewing candidates to take the post at the Lombard-based high...
  • District 86 committee to update master facilities plan

    District 86 committee to update master facilities plan
    Hinsdale High School District 86 has chosen the members of the steering committee to update its master facilities plan. The members include representatives from both Hinsdale Central and Hinsdale South attendance areas, including individuals who have...
  • Commentary: Scholarship program is now enriching Mesa, Estancia students

    Last year, I had the honor of sitting down and talking with Ronald Simon, one of our community's most successful entrepreneurs. The son of humble immigrant parents, Simon built two hugely successful business empires from scratch. His second venture, RSI...
  • Farmington High School To Host Junior Robotics Expo

    FARMINGTON — As one of a handful of girls on the Farmington High School FIRST robotics team, senior Lauren Schneider said she wants to encourage a younger generation of girls get involved in math and science. Schneider, along with the high...
  • Hispanics and education: a Texas-size challenge for states

    AUSTIN, Texas � Manuel Ramirez was the first in his family to get a college degree, and it wasn't easy. His parents, who brought him to the U.S. illegally from Guanajuato, Mexico, when he was 8 years old, made just enough to get by with day labor...
  • Visitor has students flying high

    Visitor has students flying high
    Hollywood students were flying high after recently welcoming a special guest. Pilot Barrington Irving, the youngest person to fly around the world solo, visited Colbert Elementary Museum Magnet School as part of his The Flying Classroom program....
  • Common Core test spurs angst among educators, parents

    Common Core test spurs angst among educators, parents
    When students in DuPage County's Lake Park High School District took a field test of Illinois' new state exam last spring, the reaction stunned administrators: "Our students said it was the hardest thing they've ever taken," said Superintendent Lynne...
  • Next District 113 superintendent excited to come home

    Next District 113 superintendent excited to come home
    Laurie Kimbrel, the next superintendent for Township High School District 113, said she sees far more promise than problems waiting in her new job, despite controversies there in the past year or so. Kimbrel, an Elmhurst native who has been working at a...
  • School Board approves new attendance boundaries in South Lake

    School Board approves new attendance boundaries in South Lake
    Current students at Lake Minneola High School can rest assured knowing that a preliminary vote on new attendance boundaries in south Lake starting next year won't require them to switch schools before graduation. School Board members voted 3-2 this week...
  • Maryland sees four-year increase in graduation rate

    Maryland sees four-year increase in graduation rate
    Maryland's graduation rate is now at a historic high, with students from nearly every background and minority group earning high school diplomas in higher numbers. But one group, recent immigrants who are learning English, is falling behind. After...
  • Glen Ellyn high school students will have to rent iPads this fall

    Glen Ellyn high school students will have to rent iPads this fall
    Glenbard High School District 87 students won't be allowed to bring their personal iPads to school starting this year. Officials cited difficulty in maintaining the proper technology on personal devices. The one-device-per-student program, rolled out at...