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The FBI is investigating the apparent breach, which knocked out its internet, phone systems and software after “potential unauthorized access” to the IT systems.
As of Monday evening, 424,230 employees and students have been tested and 65,630 were positive for the virus.
The deal ends a standoff that has kept 340,000 students out of classrooms for a week.
Students will rotate between in-person and virtual at the middle school until repairs are complete at the high school on Jan. 24.
Regional differences in spending highlight varying priorities. From summer learning to ventilation upgrades, here's a look at the spending plans.
Chicago school leaders are canceling classes for a fourth day in the nation’s third-largest school district, taking the dispute with the teachers union over remote learning and COVID-19 protocols into another week.
Meanwhile, his parents lose their bid to have bail lowered, get out of jail.
Through three quarters, the score was a whopping 80-0.
St. Procopius Abbey founded Illinois’ Benet Academy more than 120 years ago and is one of its biggest donors.
With political divisions at a boiling point, talking to students about what happened on Jan. 6 is increasingly fraught.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis says keeping kids out of classrooms is more damaging.
Testing will be mandated regardless of vaccination status, and students and staff will be required to show proof of a negative test in order to return to school.
Sawsan Ahmed of Weston, Florida, graduated from Broward College and will attend the University of Florida in the spring.
She is accused of injecting a 17-year-old boy with a COVID-19 vaccine at her home without the teen's parents' consent.
The California leader said she saw a photo of high school students with thick, black swastikas painted onto their torsos.