DISTRICT | June 1, 2020
Dear CPS Families, Today, I’m writing to you as a mother of a black boy who is worried for him, and the millions of other black […]
DISTRICT | May 30, 2020
The Unique Way CPS is Highlighting More Than 750 Student Artists Charlie V., a senior at Disney II Magnet High School, is one of the more […]
DISTRICT | May 26, 2020
Our students can only receive the federal funding they deserve when every CPS family is fully accounted for in the census.
DISTRICT | May 1, 2020
This school year, every single teacher in our district was asked to support our students in ways they never had done before. Not only have they […]
DISTRICT | April 22, 2020
As a security officer in Chicago’s West Lawn neighborhood, Adan Garcia’s role revolves around supporting the safety of 1,100 students.
DISTRICT | April 21, 2020
Yolanda Beasley, dining manager at Marquette, estimates that her food service team has a combined total of nearly 200 years of experience.
DISTRICT | April 16, 2020
Chicagoans are coming together over viral memes and using their creativity as a way to stay connected while apart.
DISTRICT | April 15, 2020
With living rooms becoming classrooms and bedrooms becoming playgrounds, there’s plenty of ways to stay an active learner at home.
DISTRICT | April 13, 2020
CEO Dr. Janice Jackson and CEdO LaTanya McDade on launching CPS’ remote learning plans.
DISTRICT | March 3, 2020
CPS’ computer science graduation requirement gives every student the opportunity to learn an exciting new skill for the 21st century and beyond.
DISTRICT | February 21, 2020
As a district, we’re committed to fostering a strong learning environment that prepares students for academic success. Assessments are a useful tool to help teachers monitor […]