Illinois has increased enrollment and improved access to preschool programs for children across the state, according to a recent report from the National Institute for Early
Illinois College-In-Prison Program Creates Guide For People Released From Incarceration During COVID-19
A University of Illinois college-in-prison program created a reentry guide for those released from prison and jail during the COVID-19 pandemic. Every year, the Education
School districts across the state have been resourceful in coming up with ways to honor their high school graduates, as health regulations prohibit the…
Amber McKeag says her son Darrin received little braille instruction before the COVID-19 pandemic hit Illinois. Now, she says, he doesn’t receive any. McKeag and
College students across the country have tried to adapt to online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, which has greatly affected their college experience. Masha Gessen
URBANA – Police in Urbana say a former substitute teacher is accused of abusing several 10-year-old students at an elementary school. In a press release
Tim Killeen, the president of the University of Illinois system, talked with The 21st about the university’s response to COVID-19, a significant hit on its finances, and what comes next for higher education in an age of pandemic.
Bibliotecas Pequeñas y Gratuitas les Proporcionan Libros a Niños Durante la Clausura de Escuelas y Bibliotecas
This story was originally published in English on April 21 and was translated through a partnership with America Amplified.