Negotiating teams for the Illinois State University administration and the Graduate Workers Union met May 3 with a federal mediator.
Once the Illinois State University board of trustees sets tuition rates for this fall's new students, those students will be guaranteed those rates through summer 2025.
The literacy garden will be the Golden K Kiwanis' first “Signature Project,” proposed by the Promise Council, chosen from a dozen nonprofit applicants.
More than 100 educators participated in the Chick It Out program this year, bringing eggs to 33 schools, eight daycares and 24 home schools.
“Mandating a COVID vaccine is the most effective strategy we have, especially as we try to reach herd immunity," said Isabel Samuel, a master’s student in theater and dance at ISU.
Because of the pandemic, commencement for this year’s class was split into two ceremonies, and members of the Class of 2020, who did not have a commencement last year, were invited back for a separate evening ceremony.
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Access to free preschool for every child in America could help to bridge academic gaps, but McLean County educators say it could pose challenges.
Here is information on upcoming college and university graduation ceremonies in Bloomington-Normal, Lincoln and Eureka.
About 75 students were expected to get vaccinated for COVID-19 during a special clinic at Bloomington High School on Thursday.
McLean County educators saw positives in President Joe Biden's proposal for a free community college program, but they want more details.
The Electric Vehicle-Energy Storage Manufacturing Training Academy is seen as a way to boost the economy that goes beyond Rivian Motors.
The "state-of-the-art" electric vehicle training program will start this fall but won't be fully operational until 2023.
Before the new Unit 5 board members were seated, the superintendent, community members and board members spent more than an hour honoring the departing members who did not run for reelection.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Wednesday announced plans to create a $7.5 million electric vehicle workforce development program at Heartland Community College.
Although the print version of The Vidette is ending, "the journalism doesn't go away," said general manager John Plevka.
About $1.7 million of $3.65 million received in federal COVID-19 relief funds will go toward covering costs of pandemic mitigation measures, virus testing, remote learning/working software and other related costs, the Heartland Community College board of trustees learned at its meeting Tuesday.
About 3,000 2020 and 2021 ISU graduates have signed up to take part in a walk across the stage, preserving one in-person commencement tradition.
High schools across Central Illinois are taking some creative approaches in planning graduation ceremonies to make sure these students get a piece of normal in a school year that was anything but.
Illinois State University officials are about to ask trustees to take a big risk. They say a college of engineering will address unmet workforce needs, boost enrollment and make ISU a more comprehensive university.
Annie Sun, a senior at NCHS, published her collection of poems and essays, “Igniting Snow,” in the fall of 2020 through Hohai University Press.
Following the recent vote, the Graduate Workers Union bargaining team is authorized to call for a strike vote, but it doesn’t mean a strike is…