Let the charter-hating begin. CICS celebrated 10 years this weekend, and WGN and the Tribune -- those ignorant fools -- they covered it (Charter school grows with focus on health). The funny thing is that, listening to the parents talk about why they chose a charter school, it's hard to put that down. They want better for their kids. They think and hope that they're getting it. Teachers get to choose where they work, by and large. And many choose non-neighborhood schools for their own children. What's the problem with charters again? Oh, right. If those guys are for it, then I'm against it.
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