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Chicago Teachers Union, Fight For 15 to participate in Chicago strike Friday

Elena Sucharetza, Reporter

April 1

Filed under City, Education

As Illinois enters its 10th month without a budget, the Chicago Teachers Union and Fight For 15 Chicago workers, among other labor organizations, will join forces Friday in a citywide “Day of Action," protesting the shutdown...

Evanston Township High School revamps old signage

Elena Sucharetza, Assistant City Editor

March 1

Filed under City, Education

Evanston Township High School is moving forward with an initiative to implement new signage throughout the school to make the building easier to navigate and update its compliance with Americans with Disabilities Act accessibi...

Evanston Public Library to host free clinic on how to clear criminal records

Robin Opsahl, Assistant City Editor

February 26

Filed under City, Crime, Education

The Evanston Public Library will host a free record-cleaning clinic March 19 in partnership with the city and the James B. Moran Center for Youth Advocacy. The clinic is focused on how and why to clear criminal records. No records will be ...

Evanston Public Library series to feature panel on children’s publishing

Marissa Page, City Editor

January 29

Filed under Arts and Technology (City), City, Education, Local

The Evanston Public Library will host a panel on children’s literature Feb. 13 moderated by children’s author and book reviewer Betsy Bird. The program, “Publishing Children’s Books in the 21st Century,” is part of th...

Evanston Township High School students attempt to address depression for state STEM competition

Darby Hopper, Reporter

January 28

Filed under City, Education, Latest Stories, Local

After Evanston residents identified depression as a point of concern in the community, Evanston Township High School students chose to tackle the subject in a state STEM challenge. A group of 10 students enrolled in the school’s...