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
WILL At 100: From its first broadcast on April 6 1922, WILL evolves from high-tech novelty to pioneer broadcaster.
URBANA – One hundred years ago, on the evening of Thursday, April 6, 1922, the University of Illinois’ radio station went on the air for
CHAMPAIGN – Champaign Unit 4 School District teachers voted 76 percent to 24 percent on Tuesday to ratify their new contract, rather than go on
SPRINGFIELD – Public school, community college and public university employees who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 are now entitled to paid administrative leave for any
Unit 4 tentative teacher contract includes longer day of 35 minutes for elementary students, 5 minutes for teachers
CHAMPAIGN — Champaign Unit 4 School District teachers vote on their new contract on Tuesday, the day they had originally planned to go on strike.
The federal government mandates students in 3rd through 8th grades take these high-stakes tests every spring. Even last year, when many students were just returning
LINCOLN — The mayor of Lincoln said Thursday the loss of Lincoln College is a “devastating blow” to the Logan County community. After 157 years,
SPRINGFIELD – A bill that allows teachers and other school and university employees or contractors who are fully vaccinated to take paid administrative leave if
CHAMPAIGN — Champaign Unit 4 teachers have a tentative contract agreement with the district. In an email to union members early Wednesday morning, Champaign Federation