How school bus driver shortages and frequent bus route cancellations impacted students and their families
YORKVILLE – Ten minutes down the road on her way to work, Joni Carter gets a message on her phone.
DEKALB — In the middle of February this year, a few weeks into the spring semester, Northern Illinois University’s varsity
Whether its due to lowered enrollment or shifting to hybrid virtual and in-person classes, college tuition across the country is
URBANA — Black facilities workers at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign are trying to end racial harassment on the job – through a class action
CHAMPAIGN — Custodians, assistant teachers and other support staff in the Champaign Unit 4 School District are all making at least $15 an hour, as
Agriculture companies are looking for people who are interested in science, and hiring managers are increasingly looking for people who don’t have traditional ag backgrounds.
SPRINGFIELD – Thousands more families in Illinois will soon be eligible for subsidized child care and child care providers will see a pay raise under
SPRINGFIELD – Gov. JB Pritzker has signed 401 bills sent to him this calendar year, leaving just 10 of those passed by lawmakers this year
‘They don’t need lectures, they need to be interactive’: new learning model re-invigorates Rockford 8th graders
ROCKFORD — Last fall, Cara Wolfe and Aubrey Barnett started their first year teaching English Language Arts (ELA) at Flinn Middle School in Rockford ready
Some schools are lobbying to keep pandemic-era, universal free lunch. Universal free meals are already the reality in Urbana schools
URBANA – While schools across the country brace for the end of universal free lunches, Urbana public schools will continue to offer free meals to
Leer este reporte en español. OVERLAND, Mo. — On a recent morning in teacher Geri Ross’s classroom at Marion Elementary School, second graders sat at