What Gov. Rod Blagojevich is trying to do to the state and its taxpayers used to be called "living out of the attic."
Schools have no time for tutors Tribune
Chicago's public schools, 230,000 students qualified to receive free
tutoring this year under the federal No Child Left Behind law. Only
66,500 actually got help. Those numbers look pretty bad, but compared
with other cities around the country, they're outstanding.
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