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  • Giles-Leigh Concert Band earns top honor at IGSMA Contest

    The members of the Giles-Leigh Concert Band earned a Division I rating, the highest rating possible, at this year's Illinois Grade School Music Association District 7 Organizational Contest. The contest took place on Saturday, March 14.
  • Challenges at school for migrants: Overcoming trauma, learning English

    Challenges at school for migrants: Overcoming trauma, learning English
    Thousands of young immigrants, many of them making the dangerous journey alone, entered the United States illegally last year — a surge of migration that has created special challenges for the youths, their parents and the schools trying to serve...

    Prairie Crossing Charter School's future uncertain after charter pulled

    Prairie Crossing Charter School's future uncertain after charter pulled
    The future of a Lake County charter school is uncertain after a judge this week ruled that a state commission was wrong in giving the school approval to operate for another five years. The Illinois Charter School Commission's decision to extend the...

    Efforts to expand California university systems are growing

    Efforts to expand California university systems are growing
    The death last week of former University of California system president and UC Irvine chancellor Jack W. Peltason at 91 elicited warm memories of the modest political scientist who achieved high positions in American academia without losing his sense of...

    CSU administrators' pay gains outpace those for faculty, report says

    CSU administrators' pay gains outpace those for faculty, report says
    California State University administrators made significant gains in hiring and compensation over the last decade while faculty lost ground or failed to keep pace in both areas, according to a report released Tuesday by the California Faculty Assn....