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can keep tradition, graduate at Lane Stadium
Sun Times
Lane Tech High seniors will be
granted a last good-bye to the school with graduation at Lane Stadium after all.  

funeral site moved
services for Blair Holt, the 16-year-old student
shot last week on a CTA bus, have been moved to House of Hope, 752 E.
114th St., to accommodate the crowds expected to attend, family members

of students
Since the beginning of the school year in September, at
least 27 Chicago Public Schools students have been killed. Here is a list of
those who have been identified so far this year:

Smoke On The Bus Tribune
For weeks, Tony Anders' daughter complained to her dad about
the cigarette smoke on her school bus. When the 4th grader started coughing up
phlegm earlier this year, Anders decided to check out the bus for himself.

tutoring program needs to stay after class
Sun Times (editorial)
It sure is tough to find any
constructive nuggets in the Chicago Public Schools' analysis of its federally
mandated after-school tutoring program.

aid: Right or wrong?
Sun Times
In Sunday's Sun-Times, Kate Grossman
wrote about undocumented students who are denied college grants and loans.

not immune to racial hostility

In a new twist in American race relations, a federal courtnhas ruled that a white teacher in a predominantly African-American school was subjected to a racially hostile workplace.

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