Each spring, Payton students submit their course requests for the following school year. On a website called Sound Programming, they rank their choices and select alternates as required. Yet this is only the beginning of an arduous process that will last all summer: Creating daily schedules for Payton’s more than 1,100 students.
Payton teachers held a brief “walk-in” demonstration in front of school on Thursday morning in a show of solidarity with striking Los Angeles public school teachers.
With over 400,000 Chicago Public School students depending on state aid to fund their education, Senate President Cullerton called for a fix of the state’s funding formula. Chicago Public school students receive […]
UPDATE: The CPS administered ACT will be offered on Tuesday, May 3, according to WBEZ Education. This date coincides with AP testing. In a breaking decision from CPS central office, all CPS juniors […]
Jesse Ruiz’s list of accomplishments qualify him for his next endeavor in Chicago’s political scene. As December marks the last month of Ruiz’s tenure serving as Vice President of the Chicago School […]
Mayor Emanuel called for a special session prior to the regular scheduled City Council meeting set to take place at 10:00 a.m. His address to city council members was focused around three […]
On December 8, 2015 over 50 Payton parents packed the school’s library in the evening. This was the first of two meetings held by Friends of Payton (FOP) set to take place […]