The Chicago Reporter reports low-income students left out of gifted programs.
The River Bender reports the data from Untapped Potential, which examines under enrollment of minority and low-income students in gifted programs.
Reboot Illinois discusses the data from Untapped Potential, specifically the lack of minorities in Illinois’ gifted programs.
Data from the Untapped Potential report display underrepresented children in gifted and talented programs in Illinois.
Catalyst Chicago covers the individuals that are left out of gifted programs in Illinois…
NPR reports OCI’s findings with Black, Latino, and low-income students being underrepresented in Illinois gifted programs.
The State Journal covers more reactions to Governor Rauner’s State of the State Address from the previous month.
The State Journal reports Rauner’s speech and the reactions associated with the Governor’s decisions.
Kane County Chronicle discusses how people are reacting strongly to Governor Rauner’s State of the State Address. Read reactions here.
Illinois Governor, Bruce Rauner delivered his State of the State Address today that covered worker’s comp, pensions, and more pressing issues.
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