Evena Joseph, left, sits with her son J. Ryan Mathurin, 9, as he does his homework, Thursday, Dec. 22, 2022, at their home, in Boston. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

It’s widely known from test scores that the pandemic set back students across the country. But many parents don’t realize that includes their own child.

With support from the Chicago Public Education Fund, a CPS K-12 magnet school is using time and technology to benefit students.

We talk with Digital Learning Coordinator Jennie Magiera about how technology is enhancing the school experience for CPS students. Read an interview.

Northwestern University president Morty Schapiro defends his belief that college is “the best investment of your life.”