Chicago Public Schools
Thousands of students are walking out of class to protest conditions at U.S. schools—and challenge adults who are placing profit over their well-being.
More than 16,000 Kids in Chicago Public Schools Are Homeless. Teachers Just Went on Strike to Help Them.
"They end up not coming to school because they fall through the cracks."
The city’s rent crisis is so bad, educators are taking it upon themselves to fix it. It could be a model for class conflict across the country.
Coach Williams mentored young Melvin James Jr., as seen in VICELAND's 'Last Chance High'.
The Chicago Public School system has gained notoriety as among the most embattled and least supported, but it doesn't need to be that way.
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The former principal and current president of the Chicago Principals and Administrators Association is fighting inequality in the city's fraught public school systems.
Local organizations and people are taking action into their own hands.
The rapper announced his donation during a press conference at a Chicago elementary school.
Chicago's strapped-for-cash public schools have been blowing millions on sandwiches and pizza for office lunches without keeping track of who's spending.
New gun-control legislation from Chicago's mayor is attempting to address a crisis — the fact that he could lose the next election.
As parents and students in Chicago have discovered, closing public schools in favor of charter schools isn't solving educational woes.