SCHOOLS | March 5, 2020
Wadsworth’s robotics team, the Robotigers, focus on inclusion, innovation, and impact in the field of robotics and for their Woodlawn community.
SCHOOLS | March 4, 2020
Mather High School’s computer science program empowers students to become problem solvers while learning a practical skill they can apply to any field
SCHOOLS | March 2, 2020
Armstrong Elementary has created an incredibly vibrant and welcoming school culture, with staff reflecting the diversity of its student populations.
SCHOOLS | February 27, 2020
The orchestra program at Hibbard Elementary is the perfect complement to classroom learning—bringing a positive impact to students in multiple ways.
SCHOOLS | February 24, 2020
A wax museum is a fun, interactive way for students to learn about prominent African American leaders and their vast range of contributions.
SCHOOLS | February 13, 2020
Principal Geverola is always giving 150 percent—no matter if that’s through connecting with a student, coaching her staff, or observing classrooms.
SCHOOLS | February 12, 2020
Esmeralda D., a freshman at Eric Solorio Academy High School on Chicago’s South West Side, doesn’t shy away from the challenging realities of being a female wrestler.
SCHOOLS | February 11, 2020
New Sullivan’s undefeated boys basketball team attributes their victory streak to their dedication and teamwork.
SCHOOLS | February 6, 2020
Raised in the North Lawndale neighborhood, Michael Bryant now teaches at Lawndale Community Academy, sharing the importance and value of education.
SCHOOLS | January 28, 2020
Over the last thirty years, this remarkable King Academy educator has been busy touching thousands of lives in Chicago’s Englewood community.
SCHOOLS | January 23, 2020
At Haines Elementary, Ms. Ma and Ms. Cheung agree that the path towards bilingualism always begins with honoring a student’s native language.