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Educators push back against testing requirements

SPRINGFIELD – Teachers and other education professionals are urging the Illinois State Board of Education to reduce the amount of time students...

NPR: Where Is It Safe To Reopen Schools? New Research Offers Answers

Since the beginning of this pandemic, experts and educators have feared that open schools would spread the coronavirus further, which is why...

NPR: Can Online Learning Be Better This Fall? These Educators Think So

Wayne Banks is a middle school math teacher and principal in residence for KIPP charter schools.These days, like many teachers around the...

What tips can help educators convert in-person courses to online instruction?

What are the special or unique challenges of adapting medical education to online delivery, and how can those be addressed or overcome?


New research, led by the University of Delaware, has demonstrated that the key to implementing successful reform in low-performing schools is hiring...
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Court Theatre receives 2022 Regional Theatre Tony Award

Award recognizes artistic achievement; two alumni nominated for sound, lighting design

CNN: These ‘boomerang’ employees went back to their old jobs. They tell us why

In March, a record 4.5 million people quit their jobs, according to the Labor Department, many of whom left to seek higher pay,...

NPR: For two years, this Washington island has grappled with the long reach of COVID

It didn't take long for the pandemic to arrive on Whidbey Island. That pastoral slice of the Pacific Northwest meanders through the...

Three Illinois students awarded Boren Scholarships

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Three University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign undergraduates are among 208 students nationwide awarded David L. Boren Scholarships.