Monday Morning News, Part 2

Parents seek more school input Tribune

According to the findings, of the 75 percent of parents who had been

summoned to their children's school to discuss their progress, only 25

percent were told that their children's school was performing poorly.

The new guy at school: Dad Crain's Chicago Business

This week, Chicago Public Schools kicks off its "Real Men Read" program to bring dads into schools to read to kids. CPS Board President Rufus Williams says ...

McCain, Obama, And Leaving No Child BehindNPR


thing both candidates agree on is that the education system —

particularly "No Child Left Behind" — is broken. The question is: How

would they fix it?

F-U-Dome? Chicagoist

Elgin High School student Jill Howe, 15, learned this week that not

everyone is up to date on the Cubs' roster. Howe was wearing a Fukudome

jersey when a school administrator stopped her in the hall.

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