Eye On Illinois: As our boys continue to move through the public education system I grow increasingly aware of the difficulty of attempting blanket solutions (don’t get me started on counting our preschool buffet).
Scott Reeder: Scott Reeder writes about legislation to outlaw cat declawing.
New automation options go far beyond the ability to schedule your lights or security system.
Eye On Illinois: House Bill 2789, which is being improperly described as a prohibition on book bans at public libraries.
Community Exchange: Trini Feng started playing the piano in kindergarten. Today, as a senior at Crystal Lake South High School, she had a solo in the school’s band concert.
Scott Reeder: Scott Reeder writes about the spiritual practice of Lenten fasting.
Eye On Illinois: If lawmakers want to show they’ve actually done something, they must help carry the goal across the finish line.
Opinion: Illinois students, we need your help. Make Your Voice against hatred and intolerance heard this spring in this high-tech world where our safety is threatened every day.
Eye On Illinois: How far can one state agency stretch $300 million?The Illinois State Board of Education said it spent almost that much in federal American Rescue Plan funding in the last two years across more than 750 recipients.