There has been a decrease in the percentages of minority students taking AP classes over the past few years.
There was no discussion on how much to cut in the 2021-22 school year, or in each subsequent year.
The results of the annual 5Essentials survey show that in the 2019-2020 school year, School District 65 scored lower in each of the five areas deemed critical for school success […]
At the Nov. 19 meeting, the District 65 Finance Committee kicked off its discussion about how to resolve the District’s structural deficit and how to truly balance the District’s operating […]
Like the School Report Card produced by the Illinois State Board of Education, the Student Achievement Report compiled by Evanston Township High School administrators lacked certain information about student learning […]
In 1900 a total of 737 Black people lived in Evanston. Many lived along Evanston’s three railroad lines, and there were other pockets of Black people scattered throughout Evanston, including […]
Before approving the budget at their Sept. 21 meeting, District 202 Board members spent more than an hour discussing School Resource Officers (SROs) and their role and place in Evanston […]
School Resource Officers took center stage at the Q&A session hosted on July 20 by Mayor Stephen Hagerty. Evanston Police Chief Demitrous Cook, Deputy Police Chiefs Aretha Barnes and Melissa […]
Administrators said SROs at ETHS have a different philosophy and role than do SROs at many other schools.
The police killings of Breonna Taylor in Louisville, George Floyd in Minneapolis and Rayshard Brooks in Atlanta and their reverberations across this country have brought Evanston Police Chief Demitrous Cook […]