Friday Morning News, Part 1

Meeks Wants Kids To Flood Offices CBS2 Chicago

But school board President Rufus Williams insists any boycott hurts kids, no matter how well-intentioned.

Businesses added to school boycott Chicago Sun-Times

For three days, hundreds of students would

cut their classes and camp out instead in the lobbies of ...

On Education and Equality Chicago Daily Observer

A 2005 Chicago Catalyst study of school budgets found that some schools in Chicago, like Lane Tech, are spending more than $21000 per year. ...

Gangs possible cause for rise in murders Southwest Observer

James Meeks is encouraging Chicago Public Schools (CPS) students in some of the city's poor areas to skip the first day of class Sept.

Filed under: Media Watch

Leave a comment