The Eastern Illinois University’s (EIU) Council on Academic Affairs (CAA) approved updates to the admission requirements for students seeking entry to the Health Studies program during its Feb. 11 meeting.
Chicago's powerful teachers union donated to 29 state representatives and senators in 2015. Will those lawmakers support the union's call to shift school money to Chicago -- away from local districts that already receive and spend far less?
Eastern Illinois University President David Glassman expressed disappointment as he announced recently that almost 200 employees might be facing furloughs and layoffs unless his administration constructs alternative fiscal strategies to avoid such a scenario.
Amidst taxpayer funding worries at Eastern Illinois University, Charleston’s State Representative Reggie Phillips said concerned students and faculty should place blame with House Speaker Michael Madigan (D-Chicago).
Honoring students, planning for district finances and negotiating salaries, the Charleston Board of Education Community School District No. 1 is set to meet at at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow, Feb. 17, at Charleston High School, 1615 Lincoln Ave.
To approve charitable and athletic group raffles, discuss drive-in procedures, arrange for the Special Olympics and commemorate Black History Month, Charleston’s City Council will gather at 6:30 p.m. today, Feb. 16, at 520 Jackson Ave.
The Charleston Board of Zoning Appeals & Planning (BZAP) will consider proposed
changes to the City of Charleston Unified Development Code text concerning drive-ins and their uses during its regular meeting at 7 p.m. today in City Council Chambers, 520 Jackson Ave.