The Oak Park Housing Center’s Annual Benefit will take place on October 8 at 7 pm at the historic Nineteenth Century Club. Click here for more details or to buy tickets!
A variety of approaches have been undertaken to reduce the achievement gap in our nation’s underperforming schools. Few would argue that we have made significant strides, as the black-white achievement gap remains largely unaffected. Improving integration in schools has proven to help in this area,
Metropolitan Chicago and its surrounding regions have the existing rail infrastructure in place to efficiently transport cargo in today’s globalized economy. Both partially-completed and finished goods are now required to travel further distances with the added pressure of delivering the cargo in a timely manner.
By Jon Sung, Oak Park Regional Housing Center Summer Intern At the center of urban policy discourse lays the concept of residential segregation. Where you live can dictate the level of access to public services, future earning potential, and thus, one’s the quality of life.
The Oak Park Regional Housing Center & Oak Park Festival Theatre Present the World Premiere of: Woodchuck Justice by Michael Lasswell Inspired by the Landmark Russell Colvin Case Date: Saturday, March 21, 2015 Location: Grace Episcopal Church 924 Lake Street, Oak Park, IL 60301 Performance: 7:30