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Online learning is getting attention in Illinois. What exactly is online learning? How does it work? Are all programs the same?
Today's news post - School teacher layoffs and closings, the Illinois Senate passes small pension reforms, and more.
Keeping your textbooks in good condition can pay. If you plan on selling your college textbooks back after the semester, here are tips to help you keep your books in top shape.
Thoughts about the community in light of the high school board's community meetings.
Thirty-one high school and college students in the College Bound Opportunities program celebrated their graduations recently. Going to college and earning a degree seemed out of reach a few years ago.
Last evening, the Leadership group presented an update on their work to the 113 School Board. This isn't the final word. There is more work to be done.
Schools will no longer teach cursive writing.
Classrooms outfitted with new furniture and technology.
HPHS Woodwind Symphony on European Trip
Students will help care for rare species in man-made turtle pond.
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