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Safe Haven Sites Open to Students During Spring Break
DISTRICT | April 12, 2019
Safe Haven Sites Open to Students During Spring Break

Safe haven sites are open to students during spring break.

Nine-Year-Old Web Developer, Class, Visit Famous Fossil Lab
STUDENTS | April 12, 2019
Nine-Year-Old Web Developer, Class, Visit Famous Fossil Lab

Nine-year-old dinosaur lover, Robert, meets world-renowned paleontologist Paul Sereno and brings his class.

Success Starts Here
DISTRICT | March 27, 2019
Success Starts Here

Our new five-year vision focuses on equity.

Schools Receive New 2019-2020 School Year Budgets
DISTRICT | March 25, 2019
Schools Receive New 2019-2020 School Year Budgets

Schools will receive more than $55 million in additional funding for the 2019-20 school year to support the largest academic program expansion.

Six Butler College Prep Students Surprised with Scholarships
STUDENTS | March 20, 2019
Six Butler College Prep Students Surprised with Scholarships

Five Butler College Prep students and a recent graduate were awarded full-tuition scholarships to attend the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Largest One-Time Academic Program Expansion in CPS History
DISTRICT | March 19, 2019
Largest One-Time Academic Program Expansion in CPS History

At Chicago Public Schools (CPS), our collective goal is to provide every student in every neighborhood with a rigorous, well-rounded education that prepares them for success […]

Jones College Prep Storyteller Shares Award-Winning Story
STUDENTS | February 27, 2019
Jones College Prep Storyteller Shares Award-Winning Story

Jones College Prep sophomore, Owen Charles, shares a snippet of his award-winning story about his grandfather’s migration to the North.

Celebrating Our Educators: Valentine’s Day Appreciation Toolkit
DISTRICT | February 13, 2019
Celebrating Our Educators: Valentine’s Day Appreciation Toolkit

Join us in celebrating our educators on Valentine’s Day!

Students Learn to Code with ‘Dance Party’
STUDENTS | January 28, 2019
Students Learn to Code with ‘Dance Party’

Students at Bowen High School kicked off Computer Science Education Week by participating in The Hour of Code.

What’s Your Vision for Chicago Public Schools?
DISTRICT | January 23, 2019
What’s Your Vision for Chicago Public Schools?

As an educator, I am proud of our gains, and I am clear on the dedication, hard work, and focus required to achieve them.

Fulbright Winner Hopes to Inspire More Teachers to Travel
SCHOOLS | January 10, 2019
Fulbright Winner Hopes to Inspire More Teachers to Travel

Fulbright winner and North Lawndale College Prep teacher, Nathan Ramin, spent time abroad in New Zealand.

Students Earn More Capstone Diplomas than any Other District
DISTRICT | January 9, 2019
Students Earn More Capstone Diplomas than any Other District

We are expanding the Advanced Placement (AP) Capstone program to six additional high schools in the 2019-2020 school year.