Illinois spends more per pupil on school administration than almost every other state in the union, according to a new report. What the state is doing to address spending.
Metropolitan Planning Council
Despite an increase this week to the city’s minimum wage, many Chicagoans still aren’t earning what some researchers call a “living wage.”
A new report from the Metropolitan Planning Council makes more than two dozen recommendations to reduce the economic costs of segregation.
Racial and economic segregation across Chicago impacts economic growth, educational attainment and crime rates, according to a report released Tuesday by the Metropolitan Planning Council and Urban Institute.
Debate over an Ashland Bus Rapid Transit line is heating up as community meetings take place this week to gauge public sentiment. We talk with Ald. George Cardenas (12th) and Metropolitan Planning Council Vice President Peter Skosey about the advantages and challenges facing this long-term project. Read an interview.