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For decades Chicago Public Library has challenged Chicago children to read during the summer. In 2013, with support from Mayor Rahm Emanuel, CPL redesigned its summer program to more intentionally support 21st-century learning.
Know Your Chicago Tours the Chicago Public Library! “Architects of Global Knowledge” Cultivated Curiosity to Continue Learning More
How well do you know Chicago? As in, really know it? Last week, the organization, Know Your Chicago (KYC) continued an almost 70-year tradition in opening up the minds of attendees via organized experiential learning sessions across the city.
This Year’s Summer Learning Challenge Encourages Kids to Travel on Planes, Trains, Automobiles…and Even Time Travel.
The Chicago Public Library has your summer vacation covered. Ticket price: your library card. Thanks once again to our generous sponsors, who make the Summer Learning Challenge possible: Boeing, The James & Madeleine McMullan Family Foundation, KPMG, William Blair, Dr. Scholl Foundation, Helen M. Harrison Foundation, United, Walter E. Heller Foundation, Hyatt, Cubs Care, RR […]
The bond at the Library’s Early Learning Center extends beyond our little patrons. Parents and caregivers have also formed a tight-knit community.
Winter can be boring and dreary. But it doesn’t have to be. At Chicago Public Library’s Early Learning Centers, winter can be heartening, productive, even magical for children and parents alike
At CPL’s Early Learning Centers, children are not just children. They’re young engineers. They’re future scientists. They’re artists. They’re curious minds hungry to learn.
Thanks to a generous $2.5 million grant from Exelon, Thomas Hughes Children’s Library is getting a complete transformation into an early learning center that encourages learning through play.