Illinois lawmakers did away with a requirement in 2019 that could have a big impact on those who want to be teachers. We’ll hear from one woman who says it has changed her life. With college debt skyrocketing, more high schools see the need to teach personal finance to students. We’ll visit one of those classrooms. And not many towns have a poet laureate. We bring you a report from Aurora, a community that just named its first person to hold that title. That and more on this week’s Statewide.
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