DeKALB – DeKalb school officials saw a timeline of all the different upgrades that could be made to DeKalb School District 428’s elementary schools, upgrades that would cost at most $11.6 million.
DeKALB – Some middle school music teachers could lose their jobs depending on how the DeKalb School District 428 Board implements the 2014-15 schedule.
Attending college has been a financial struggle for Alora Schoenhofen.
SYCAMORE – As a teacher, the best moment for Dave Meyer is doing nothing.
GENOA – Genoa-Kingston schools could see more consistency throughout their classrooms soon.
A nonprofit trying to start a virtual charter school in northern Illinois withdrew its proposal before a state commission had the chance Tuesday to decide whether to deny the group’s appeal.
Travel is the predominant theme in most local reading programs this year
SYCAMORE – Shu Ueyama couldn't find Sandwich on his map in 1962 when the 17-year-old learned he would be placed there as a foreign exchange student.
After 12 years of education, they certainly have brains in their heads.
State’s funding level for education leads to local deficits
DeKALB – DeKalb School District 428 is projecting to enter the 2013-14 school year with a $2.8 million deficit, but that could change with the governor’s signature.
$2.2M project is first of three phases for expansion
GENOA – For Lisa Cumings, the best part about her job is seeing children “catch on.”
SYCAMORE – Jeremy Hayes has cherished his final days at Sycamore Middle School.
SYCAMORE — Even though Matthew Rogers won’t be heading to the semifinals for the 2013 Scripps National Spelling Bee, he’s still willing to give a shot next year.
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