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(27-04-2011)
  • Chicago mayor vows fiscal fix before muni audience

    Chicago Mayor Emaunel Emanuel in a panel at the U.S. Conference of Mayors in WashingtonChicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel tried to reassure municipal credit analysts on Wednesday that the city and its public school district are not falling into a financial abyss. "I will not rest until we fix the fiscal position of both the city and (Chicago Public Schools)," the mayor told the National Federation of Municipal Analysts annual conference. The battle between Illinois' Republican governor, Bruce Rauner, and Democrats who control the legislature has left the state without a fiscal 2016 budget and has stymied Chicago's efforts to seek pension relief.


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  • Eyewitness News anchors, reporters remember their favorite teachers

    Eyewitness News anchors, reporters remember their favorite teachersTo honor Teacher Appreciation Week, our Eyewitness News anchors, reporters remember their favorite teachers


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  • 'Payback Playbook' Among New Web Tools for Student Loan Borrowers
    The move is a part of the Department of Education's initiative to enroll an additional 2 million student loan borrowers into a repayment plan such Pay As You Earn and other income-based repayment plans. Around 70 percent of student borrowers who are in default would qualify for one of the available income-based repayment plans, according to the U.S. Government Accountability Office. For federal Stafford, PLUS and consolidation loans, collection costs can run as high as 24 percent unless the borrower consolidates out of default and rehabilitates the loans.More

  • Detroit teachers return to classrooms after 2 days out

    Detroit Federation of Teachers President Ivy Bailey addresses teachers outside the school district's headquarters, Tuesday, May 3, 2016, in Detroit. Nearly all of Detroit's public schools were closed for a second consecutive day Tuesday after hundreds of teachers called out sick over concerns that many may not get paid if the financially struggling district runs out of money. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)DETROIT (AP) — Detroit school classes resumed Wednesday after teachers received assurances that they will be fully paid for the school year. Two consecutive days of mass teacher sick-outs closed the schools and gave nearly 45,000 schoolchildren unscheduled days off.


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  • Detroit teachers ending 2-day sick-out, fighting legislation

    Teachers rally outside the school district's headquarters, Tuesday, May 3, 2016,m in Detroit. Nearly all of Detroit's public schools were closed for a second consecutive day Tuesday after hundreds of teachers called out sick over concerns that many may not get paid if the financially struggling district runs out of money. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)DETROIT (AP) — Detroit schools reopened Wednesday after teachers who had called out sick for two days received assurances from the financially struggling district that they would continue to be paid.


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  • Detroit teachers to return to classroom after 2-day sick-out

    Detroit Federation of Teachers President Ivy Bailey addresses teachers outside the school district's headquarters, Tuesday, May 3, 2016, in Detroit. Nearly all of Detroit's public schools were closed for a second consecutive day Tuesday after hundreds of teachers called out sick over concerns that many may not get paid if the financially struggling district runs out of money. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)DETROIT (AP) — Teachers who closed Detroit schools for two days by calling out sick announced Tuesday that they would return to the classroom after receiving assurance from the district's manager that they would be paid.


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  • Detroit teachers expected back in class after pay assurances: union

    Downtown Detroit is seen from a vacant lot, looking south along Woodward AvenueHundreds of teachers in Michigan's largest public school system called in sick beginning on Monday after hearing news the cash-strapped school system would run out of money to pay employees at the end of June. The Detroit public school system, or DPS, with nearly 46,000 students, has been under state control since 2009 because of a financial emergency. It will run out of money to pay employees after the fiscal year ends on June 30, the school system's state-appointed transition manager, former federal bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes, has said.


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  • Why Los Angeles Might Be Ground Zero for a New Generation of Youth Activists

    Why Los Angeles Might Be Ground Zero for a New Generation of Youth Activists“Stand up if you live two blocks from a liquor store or fast-food restaurant.”That was the instruction given by a 20-something facilitator to a room of about 25 black and Latino high school students from underserved neighborhoods in the greater Los Angeles area. They were just some of the nearly 200 teens of color who attended “Rise Up for Humanity—Justice for the Forgotten,” a conference hosted last Friday by the Los Angeles County Human Relations Commission. ...


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  • Officers attacked breaking up student fight in Northeast Philadelphia

    Officers attacked breaking up student fight in Northeast PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia police have released cell phone video of officers being attacked while trying to break up a fight between Northeast High School students.


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  • The Latest: Detroit teachers say they will return to work

    Detroit teachers march outside the district headquarters, Monday, May 2, 2016, in Detroit. Nearly all of Detroit's public schools were closed Monday and more than 45,000 students missed classes after about half the district's teachers called out sick to protest the possibility that some of them will not get paid over the summer if the struggling district runs out of cash. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)DETROIT (AP) — The Latest on the sick-out by teachers that's closed dozens of Detroit schools on Tuesday (all times local):


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  • Cal State teachers OK tentative pact with 10.5 percent hikes
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — The union representing nearly 30,000 teachers in the nation's largest public university system said Tuesday that its rank-and-file members have overwhelmingly approved a new, three-year contract that grants raises totaling 10.5 percent over the next 14 months.More

  • Chicago schools to allow transgender students to choose facilities
    Chicago's public school system said on Tuesday it would allow transgender students to use restrooms and locker rooms that correspond with their gender identities. The move by the third-largest U.S. public school system comes during a national debate over equality, privacy and religious freedom as some states have passed or proposed legislation that supporters of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights say is discriminatory. "Chicago Public Schools, like much of the country, has become far more aware of the needs and experiences of the transgender community, and it’s crucial for CPS guidelines to reflect our commitment to promoting safe and inclusive schools," Chief Education Officer Janice Jackson said in an emailed statement.More

  • Chicago: Students can access bathrooms by gender identity
    CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago Public Schools will allow transgender students and employees to use bathrooms and locker rooms corresponding to their gender identities, according to guidelines released Tuesday by the nation's third-largest school district.More

  • On Teachers' Day, White House announces STEM training milestone
    As Americans mark Teachers' Day on Tuesday, President Barack Obama announced that 30,000 "excellent" new science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) teachers have been trained, but their peers in the field worry that without major systemic changes, this crop may soon wither. Five years ago, the president launched the 100Kin10 network of corporations, schools, and nonprofits, which set the ambitious goal of training 100,000 new STEM educators by 2021.More

  • Gigi Hadid's Met Gala manicure cost a whopping $2000

    Gigi Hadid's Met Gala manicure cost a whopping $2000The 1% really know how to polish a nail. Model Gigi Hadid has a lot of money. At the May 2 Met Gala, she proved her wealth by sporting a manicure that cost — are you sitting down? — $2000. SEE ALSO: Vanessa Hudgens got a $190 manicure for Coachella, as one does Hadid rocked a Tommy Hilfiger gown that likely cost more than your college tuition. To complement the armored dress, she sported chrome nails with clusters of crystals hiding underneath each tip. The manicure was by celebrity manicurist Mar y Soul, in conjunction with Kiss Products. Unfortunately, these awesome robot nails were barely noticed or appreciated on the red carpet.  Seriously. Hadid herself didn't even Instagram them. [h/t Refinery29]


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  • Trump, Biden to attend University of Pennsylvania graduation
    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Donald Trump and Joe Biden will be attending the same University of Pennsylvania graduation ceremony, but not for political reasons.More

  • Why Detroit educators spend Teacher's Day pleading for pay
    Most of Detroit’s public schools remain closed on Tuesday, as teacher sick-out protests over missing pay enter their second day. Ninety four of Detroit’s public schools closed on Monday due to the protests, causing more than 40,000 students to miss class. Detroit’s teachers, who are legally not allowed to strike, stayed home sick in order to protest the announcement that they will not receive pay for work already completed.More

  • Weigh Attending a U.S. Public or Private University
    Generally, a public school is predominantly funded by state governments, whereas private schools are funded through private contributions, donations and tuition. Regardless of whether a school is public or private, international students should look at things they value in an institution, like academics, athletics or the social scene. There are a few differences between the two types that students might want to be aware of.More

  • 10 U.S Presidents who also worked as teachers
    On National Teacher Day, Constitution Daily looks at 10 Presidents who were teachers in some capacity before they occupied the White House - including one who later married his own teacher.More

  • 10 Surprising Degrees You Can Earn Online
    Certain disciplines seem better suited to online learning than others, but prospective students might be surprised at some of their degree options. Given the hands-on nature of the job, many online programs include an in-person component on top of online courses. Fresno Pacific University, for instance, offers a Master of Arts in Athletic Training with a clinical requirement.More