Wirepoints Original Stories
Officials refuse to open doors at top-spending Deerfield/Highland Park school district as surrounding districts return to in-class learning – Wirepoints
Board members of Township District 113, made up of two high schools serving more than 3,500 students, have shown no signs of wanting to open up even as nearby districts increasingly add in-person learning options. Not surprisingly, that has many parents in the north shore suburbs of Deerfield and Highland Park more than frustrated.
Daily COVID-19 data update for January 25, 2021. Includes new data on vaccinations in Illinois.
Compulsory Political Ideology for Illinois K-12 Teachers And Classrooms Moves Closer To Finalization – Wirepoints
A sweeping, radical rule is pending for Illinois K-12 teachers that should prompt everyone, of all political stripes, to fear about the fundamental roles that teachers and classrooms are assigned to fulfill.
Legislators ignore COVID, economy in favor of spending even more – Wirepoints on WJOL’s Slocum in the Morning
Ted Dabrowski was on WJOL's Slocum in the Morning talking about how Illinois' last legislative session failed to tackle the items hurting residents the most: COVID-19 and the economy. Instead, politicians passed a slew of bills that will increase the cost of government.
The home-value gap for blacks is particularly big for Chicago -- 37% -- which is higher than the ten other largest cities in America and well above the national average gap of 16%.