are a number of Chicago teens who didn’t get the traditional high
school experience of dating, sports and extra-curricular activities.
Some were homeless and had a tough time getting through high school
period. A local scholarship program recognizes their efforts to make a
The grass is greener -- in the 'burbs Chicago Sun-Times
KARA SPAK Staff Reporteremail@example.com Alis Priebe loved her life
in Chicago, but ultimately Wheaton had more of what she wanted -- great
Eight nominated for Woman of the Year honor Southtown Star
1995, she created PACT, Pro Active Chicago Teachers, a committee for
the advancement of teacher-led school reform. From 2000 to 2004, she
served as ...
worked in the Chicago Public Schools system for six years. "I learned a
lot," said Chambers of his time with the Chicago Public Schools. ...
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