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KLA School operator to open second Naperville location
By Lauren Rohr
Jun 15, 2021 5:30 AM
The success of an existing early childhood center in Naperville has prompted its owners to move forward with plans to build a second KLA School in town.
What would it take to solve the student debt crisis?
By ANNA HELHOSKI of NerdWallet
May 30, 2021 6:00 AM
Experts say no single policy -- not even wiping the slate clean for millions of borrowers -- solves the root causes of the nation's $1.74 trillion student loan debt crisis.
No maskless free-for-all yet: Here's where precautions remain in place in the suburbs
By Marni Pyke
May 15, 2021 8:02 AM
Numerous entities -- from pharmacies to schools, cinemas and religious organizations -- said Friday they will continue to require face masks to prevent spread of COVID-19 in the short term, despite the federal government relaxing rules for fully vaccinated Americans. That cautious approach comes amid two days of churn and some confusion.
College of DuPage signs transfer agreements with HBCUs
May 12, 2021 10:00 AM
College of DuPage students now have a simpler path to transfer to historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) thanks to recently signed articulation agreements with Florida A&M University and Kentucky State University.
DeVry offers new Business Essentials certificate
May 11, 2021 10:37 AM
In an effort to prepare students for an ever-changing workforce, DeVry University is announcing a new Business Essentials certificate to equip students with interdisciplinary business skills.
Ground broken on new middle school built with AbbVie donation
Daily Herald report
May 8, 2021 5:22 PM
Groundbreaking ceremony held in North Chicago for a new middle school math and science academy being built from funds donated by pharmaceutical giant AbbVie.
Illinois' 'Bridge Phase' of COVID-19 restrictions is coming. What will that mean?
By Marni Pyke
May 9, 2021 9:44 AM
Illinois is on track to enter the "Bridge Phase" May 14 with loosened COVID-19 restrictions. Like more standing room at restaurants, larger festivals and summer concerts in the park, and maybe, more kids at summer camp. But there are a lot of nuances and guidelines yet be determined.
Mundelein swim school adapts lessons for kids with autism
By Sadie Romero
May 9, 2021 9:05 AM
Sofia Seely of the Goldfish Swim School in Mundelein learned the importance of teaching swim safety to youth with autism when she found her own son nearly drowning. Now the school makes a special effort to keep youth on the spectrum safe.
Rolling Meadows barber launches scholarship for District 214 students entering trades
By Eileen O. Daday
May 7, 2021 8:30 AM
A small awards ceremony took place last week in the auto shop at Rolling Meadows High School. There was little fanfare, but everyone involved hopes the scholarship may lead to a lifechanging opportunity. Jose Maldonado, a 2010 Rolling Meadows grad who owns Jefes Barbershop, created the scholarship for students hoping to go to trade school.
Cybersecurity expert named Featured Alumnus at Waubonsee Community College
Submitted by Waubonsee Community College
Apr 26, 2021 3:18 PM
Brian Olson of St. Charles, a military cyber expert, has been named April Featured Alumnus at Waubonsee Community College.
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