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1 Public Impact announces culture fellows
2 What Chicago parents are saying about their kids return to school
3 As COVID-19 Devastates Their Community, Can 17 Second Graders And Their Teacher Make Up What The Pandemic Took Away?
4 Free Swim Classes Coming To Saucedo Scholastic Academy For Little Village Residents
5 Lauded Saucedo Special Education Teacher Suspended, Could Be Fired
6 SONIC Drive-In donates $31,128.00 to teachers in Chicago this Teacher Appreciation Month
7 Chicago Public Schools reopens after almost a year of COVID-19 closures
8 Chicago coronavirus survey: How Chicagoans view the prospect of COVID restrictions again being tightened
9 Chicago Adds Coronavirus Testing Locations: Here's Where You Can Go
10 Mayor Lightfoot and CDPH Announce Enhanced Community-Based Testing Plan in Response to Surge in COVID-19 Cases
11 Illinois coronavirus update: 13,012 new cases of COVID-19, 126 deaths
12 Can Chicago find its out-of-contact students in time for fall?
13 Students, Parents Rally For Special Ed Teacher Facing 'Political' Firing
14 Chicago Announces 6 New Coronavirus Testing Locations
15 Chicago Teachers’ Strike: Citywide Scramble as Classes Come to Halt
16 Saucedo, Telpochcalli Could Share Building with Spry High School, CPS Says
17 See How Coronavirus Has Impacted Every Corner Of Chicago
18 Illinois shatters COVID-19 record with 4,554 new cases
19 Saucedo puts the test to the test
20 A Chicago Teacher Explains How Her School Fought Back Against Standardized Testing—And Won
21 Social Distancing Is A Privilege — And More Black And Latino Chicagoans Died Because They Couldn't, Study Says
22 Lauded Teacher Was Fired For Ripping CPS, Special Ed Cuts, Lawsuit Claims
23 Howard Brown Offering Free Coronavirus Testing At National Museum Of Mexican Art In Pilsen
24 In Little Village, going back to school can be fun — even in the summer
25 City of Chicago Announces Eligibility Expansion for COVID-19 Testing at Six City-Run Sites
26 Coronavirus testing: Chicago expands eligibility requirements at City-run COVID-19 testing sites
27 Lunchroom closed after rodents, roaches found in Chicago grade school
28 6 New Testing Sites to Open on South, West Sides of Chicago
29 Coronavirus in Illinois updates: Here’s what happened March 1 with COVID-19 in the Chicago area
30 Illinois’ coronavirus metrics fall to lowest point in months
31 Illinois hits 1 million coronavirus cases
32 Chicago's Essential Workers Are Getting Sick. Employers And The City Aren't Doing Enough To Protect Them, Advocates Say
33 Little Village First-Graders Reach For The Stars In Science Contest
34 Coronavirus Kills 106 More Illinoisans, But Chicago Seeing 'Real Progress' As New Cases, Positivity Fall
35 Saucedo Teachers in Little Village Go Through With ISAT Boycott
36 Patrick Kennedy: RFK assassination allows Chris Kennedy to understand Chicago violence 'better than most,' and other news
37 Here's where you can get a COVID-19 test in the Chicago area and across Illinois
38 Covid-19 Vaccine News
39 Chicago Public Schools named for slaveholders; CPS promises changes
40 Coronavirus live blog, Oct. 21, 2020: Illinois records 15th consecutive day with 2,000 or more new COVID-19 c…
41 Mayor Lori Lightfoot Announces COVID-19 Mobile Testing Pilot Program
42 Coronavirus in Illinois updates: Here’s what happened Nov. 18 with COVID-19 in the Chicago area
43 Illinois COVID 19 testing: Where to get a COVID-19 test in Illinois, Chicago area
44 Lightfoot warns COVID restrictions could be tightened in Chicago
45 Sean Penn, José Andrés Tour New Coronavirus Test Site In Belmont Cragin
46 Coronavirus live blog for November 14, 2020: Virus claimed 166 more lives across Illinois as state’s severe f…
47 Chicago's Biggest Coronavirus Surge Is On The Southwest Side, Where Groups Are Begging For More Testing
48 A Boycott Today Keeps the Testing at Bay
49 Coronavirus: Essential News
50 CPS won't say why it suspended activist teacher Sarah Chambers
51 CPS School Closing Plan Announced for 2015-2016 School Year: Full List
52 CPS Officials Question Bucktown Kids Over Opting Out of ISATs
53 WEFTEC 2019 Crowd Among Largest In 10 Years
54 Chicago Sun-Times Chicago Sun-Times Here's to the Class of 2020!
55 School That Suspended Girl For 'Unnatural' Red Hair Color Reverses Course
56 CPS Safe Passage Marks Five-Year Anniversary With $10 Million Expansion
57 City Plans to Officially Close Marine Academy, Make Ames Move Final
58 Cuts to Social Safety Net, School Resources Leave CPS Bleeding Students
59 Teachers Say 17 Firings at Urban Prep Charter Schools Were Retaliation for Unionization
60 Chicago's 2020 In Photos: Unrest And A Pandemic — But Beauty And Unity, Too
61 CTU stages anti-Trump demonstrations at schools throughout Chicago
62 Illinois school ratings 2019: Search for your school’s ISBE rating
63 Little Village Schools to Lose $3.8 Million As CPS Slashes Budgets Citywide
64 Measles vaccine religious exemption in Illinois reevaluated as school disease protection fades
65 How Teachers Deal With a Longer School Day
66 Husband and wife die within hours of each other; Deaths related to coronavirus
67 Politics
68 The Reader's guide to the 36th annual Chicago Jazz Festival
69 Honorable mentions: DuPage County Academic Team, 2017-2018
70 CMD Publishes List of Closed Charter Schools (with Interactive Map)
71 MileSplit NY Heat Sheets For New Balance Indoor Nationals Released
72 Making the grades | Neighbors | wenatcheeworld.com