K-12 education

Examining Intergenerational Differences in Educational Performance of Immigrant Students

Over the course of the past half-century, the United States has seen the largest wave of immigration since the Age...

Budget Cuts Loom as CPS Fail to Pass a Balanced Budget

CPS passed a budget with a $500 million gap that gambles on Springfield covering the rest. With over 85 percent of CPS students qualifying for free or reduced price lunches, the last thing city and school officials want to do is take away supportive services.

Can Separate Still Be Equal? A Look at Gender Sorting in American Schools

A new study finds that school choice increases gender sorting in our nation’s schools.