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Early Childhood Advocates Support Equitable Funding for Early Childhood Care

Early Childhood Advocates Support Equitable Funding for Early Childhood Care

Courtesy of Illinois Action for Children We applaud Governor Pritzker for his commitment to young children and their families, as demonstrated by the launching of the Illinois Commission on Equitable… Read more »

Spring Exhibition at DePaul Art Museum to Explore Human Impact on the Environment

Spring Exhibition at DePaul Art Museum to Explore Human Impact on the Environment

In spring 2020, DePaul Art Museum will present “The World to Come: Art in the Age of the Anthropocene,” an exhibition organized by the Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art at… Read more »

Concurso Joven Compositor de CCPA

Concurso Joven Compositor de CCPA

La Facultad de Composición Musical CCPA invita a compositores en edad de secundaria a enviar su obra a la Competencia del Joven Compositor del 2019-2020. La fecha límite para enviar… Read more »

Exhibición de Primavera del Museo de Arte de DePaul para Explorar el Impacto Humano en el Ambiente

Exhibición de Primavera del Museo de Arte de DePaul para Explorar el Impacto Humano en el Ambiente

En la primavera del 2020, DePaul Art Museum presentará “El Mundo por Venir: El Arte en la Edad del Antropoceno”, una exhibición organizada por el Museo de Arte Samuel P…. Read more »

Pritzker Administration Launches New Training Program to Increase Minority Presence in Film Industry

Pritzker Administration Launches New Training Program to Increase Minority Presence in Film Industry

The Illinois Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity (DCEO) plans to invest $500,000 through the Illinois Film Office Workforce Training Program to enable more women and minorities to access job… Read more »

Students Earn State Seal of Biliteracy

Students Earn State Seal of Biliteracy

The Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) announced that 6,217 high school students in the Class of 2019 have earned the State Seal of Biliteracy, which means they demonstrated a… Read more »

Pritzker Administration Secures $40.2 Million Federal Preschool Development Grant

Pritzker Administration Secures $40.2 Million Federal Preschool Development Grant

In line with Governor JB Pritzker’s vision of making Illinois the best state in the nation for families raising young children, the Pritzker administration announced it has secured $40.2 million in… Read more »

Triton College Music Professor Peter Jermihov Receives GRAMMY Nomination

Triton College Music Professor Peter Jermihov Receives GRAMMY Nomination

Five years ago Triton College music professor, Dr. Peter Jermihov, made a personal commitment to record one newly composed classical liturgical composition per year.  At the time, he did not… Read more »

Congress Introduces DIVERSIFY Act

Congress Introduces DIVERSIFY Act

Congressman Jesús “Chuy” García (D-IL), Congresswoman Jahana Hayes (D-CT) and Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) announced the introduction of the Diversifying by Investing in Educators and Students to Improve Outcomes for… Read more »

City Colleges of Chicago Forms New Partnership with Roosevelt University

City Colleges of Chicago Forms New Partnership with Roosevelt University

City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) students who desire a four-year degree will be able to make a seamless transition and take advantage of scholarship opportunities through a new Dual Degree… Read more »