Principal Patrick Love spoke last week as part of a panel discussion at the Achievement Network’s “Fireside Chat.”Continue reading
Alain Locke Charter School hosted its annual history fair last week, which featured some outstanding entries from several students.
Students entered work in the categories of “Exhibits” and “Non-Exhibits.” The top four entrants in each category will now advance to the citywide competition. They are:Continue reading
“A Few Red Drops,” the latest book by Alain Locke Board Chair Claire Hartfield, has been named a finalist for the 2019 L.A. Times Book Prize.Continue reading
Alain Locke eighth-graders headed to Evanston over the weekend for a special tour of Northwestern University. But at the end of the day, it was our students who ended up showing their hosts at NU a thing or two.Continue reading
Alain Locke Board Chair Claire Hartfield has received the 2019 “Author” award from the Coretta Scott King (CSK) Book Awards for her latest book, “A Few Red Drops: The Chicago Race Riot of 1919.”Continue reading