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Charter high school to open in Loop Crain's

Noble also gets financial support from the Chicago Public Schools. With seven schools now, Noble says three-quarters of its students enter with below ...

Charter school plan rejected by Waukegan school board Tribune

The plan from Chicago International Charter School, a nonprofit group that operates a dozen schools in Chicago, was supported by three Waukegan Catholic ...

Before and after: Orr's turnaround through students' eyes Catalyst

This fall, Orr High School embarked on its fourth effort at raising performance through the district’s school turnaround

program. And judging by the views of two Orr students, this time the

effort appears on track to bear real fruit.

West Side group envisions new Austin High Chi-Town Daily News

Chicago has received zero money from

the state for new school construction in the last five years, a fact

brought up many times by Chicago Public Schools...

Fundraising, recruiting and facilities problems kill Choir Academy Catalyst

Some charter schools have waiting lists, but the Choir Academy of

Chicago had the opposite problem.

Segregation High -- and Lows

The age-old question of assimilation vs. separation hits the Chicago public schools, leaving a proposed high school for gay students lost in the shuffle.

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