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New Meridian school comes to life Video included

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PULASKI CO. -- Educators and students in Mounds are counting down the days until a new elementary school comes to life. 

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Teachers needed in southern Illinois Video included

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PULASKI CO. -- Illinois schools are less than a month away from opening and are still without state funding. 

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Illinois school funding debate continues Video included

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MURPHYSBORO -- With school just a few weeks away from opening, educators fear if Illinois lawmakers don't find a way to send them some money, they won't stay open very long. 

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Rauner says he'll veto money for Chicago teacher pensions

Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner says he'll use his amendatory veto power to remove money for Chicago teacher pensions from a school funding bill. More>>

SIU hires new Carbondale chancellor

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CARBONDALE -- The SIU Board of Trustees officially appointed Carlo Montemagno as chancellor Thursday morning. 

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School funding: Frequently asked questions Video included

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WSIL -- Illinois residents still have a lot of questions regarding K-12 school funding. 

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SCC offers new class for food producers

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ANNA -- Shawnee Community College is offering a new course in June. The Better Process Control School is a 4-day course approved by the FDA.      

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Cinderella casts a spell on Carterville Video included

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CARTERVILLE -- Students at Caterville High School will take to the stage November 18 and 19 for the fall production of Cinderella. 

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Continue your education at JALC

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CARTERVILLE --  School is back in session for students of all ages. But it's not just regular classes students are attending. 

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Schools, programs saved by last-day stopgap budget

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SPRINGFIELD  -- On the last day of Fiscal Year 16, lawmakers put together a partial budget for Fiscal Year 17.

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Data: Many Illinois schools cut back on physical education

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CHICAGO (AP) - Data released by the Illinois State Board of Education show many schools in the state have cut back on days of physical education on class schedules.

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