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7 Chicago Schools to Get 100K in Technology

Technological contrivances these days have become more of a necessity than a simple desired luxury. With that in mind, seven Chicago schools are to be awarded with $100,000 scholarship each for the purpose of expanding technological resources mainly in the forms of iPhone, iPads, laptops and similar learning tools. These will be utilized by the […]

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Teen Receives College Degree Before High School Diploma

At this time of the year, students across the US are celebrating their high school as well as college graduations. A sixteen year old Florida whiz kid, however, received her college degree from Florida Atlantic University before graduating high school. Grace Bush who lives in Hollywood, FL achieved this weird feat as she graduated from […]

Mayor Emanuel Expands Math Tutoring

Math Tutoring on Steroids Chicago is home to many different groups of people of varying race, social status, education level, and other factors that make this population so diverse. Recently, the city has taken a special interest in working to improve the local schools, creating better opportunities for troubled teens, and offering the guidance necessary […]


Higher Ed Officials Resist New Law on Basic Skills Test

Students who attend college to become a teacher have to undergo many programs and tests that will ensure they are prepared to teach America’s youth. One of the most important tests is the basic skills test all potential teachers must pass before they are permitted to enter the teacher preparation programs that are crucial. Lately, […]

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Social Psychology Training With a Twist – The Chicago School of Professional Psychology

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology is an accredited non-profit graduate program that’s highly respected and offers students many options to pursue the field of social psychology. Students can benefit from their unique combination of theoretical practice and classroom instruction. In the very first semester of attendance, students being to take part in on the […]

Effective Classroom Differentiation

Effective Classroom Differentiation by Katherine Vazquez Differentiation is the new buzz word in education. In many respects, it seems like a wonderful thing.  However, the obvious downside is that it means even more work for the teacher.  For the instructor, it means she can’t assume that everyone is on the same page intellectually.  This is […]

Press Release May 29th – Extra Income For Teachers – The Chicago School Reviews

Sam Carter 300 N LaSalle Suite 4925 Chicago, IL 60654 312-380-5465 Extra income for teachers Teachers now have a place to read what other teachers are doing and the share what they are doing as well while getting paid to write those articles., is an exciting new service which brings the right […]