Chicago Teachers Union will distribute copies of the petition for an
elected school board at their Delegates' meeting this Wednesday.
Pride for Our School (and some anger for those who don't get it) Chicago Moms Blog
I'm angry that families in my neighborhood, and even on
my block, who could also send their kids to this school and dedicate
their time and resources to this school, instead choose to send their
kids to private schools.
Unfortunate rumor Drummond School
It has come to our attention that several of our families are under the
impression that they will need to leave Drummond or make other plans
for the future if they do not live in the neighborhood of the school.
Please understand that nothing could be further from the truth.
Happy when it rains Chicago Teacher Man
We were off to our annual camping trip, twenty students and their gear piled into two cars and a 15-passenger van.
Life in the Ownership Society Small Talk
Susan Graham, a Fellow of the Teacher Leaders Network, pans Checker Finn’s self-aggrandizing autobiography and sticks a pin in his over-sized ego in this Teacher magazine review. Graham reveals Finn as an unreflective boob, a failed educator, who now trades on his connections.
Death Comes to Marshfield Avenue Marshfield Tattler
what the articles won't tell you. Jason was the kind of young man who
would wish you a blessed day. He was a short guy with a sparkly stud in
each ear and the big smile he inherited from his mother. In a
neighborhood where most kids don't make it through high school, he had
graduated from Perspectives Charter Schools South Loop campus. The last
I heard he was working for UPS.
Vallas for Governor? Division Street
Can anyone doubt now that Paul Vallas would have been a better governor than Rod Blagojevich?
Remember that being included here doesn't imply my support or an endorsement.
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