The June board meeting is being held on Wednesday, and the agenda (PDF) includes lots of retirement resolutions, a couple of policy changes re Head Start and domestic violence, some loans, leaves, and sabbatical agreements from the CEO, an NCLB district improvement plan for the Feds, lots of purchasing agreements and charter leases, and that's about it.
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Among other actions Wednesday, the board approved an
amended guidelines for principals and teachers dealing with students
affected by domestic and date violence. Patrick J. Rocks, CPS general
counsel, says his office receives
more calls from principals with questions related to protective orders
any other issue.
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