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Sun Times

Chicago Police think the shooter is associated with a street gang but

said that Roky, a sophomore at Kelly High School who had no criminal

record, was not in a gang and was not wearing gang colors.

City group will give schools $50 million Tribune

Officials are expected to announce Thursday that Chicago-area schools

will receive about $50 million from the Chicago Community Trust, a

local philanthropic organization, in a bid to boost student learning. [see more on this below]

Chicago museum helps teacher brings the outside in Medill Reports

Options range from day-long workshops for teachers at the museum aimed

at giving in-depth training on topics including “The Science of

Creatures Gross and Disgusting” and “Cultural Uses of Plants,” to

programs that bring museum educators into the classrooms to work

alongside teachers, providing opportunities for hands-on science.

Headhunter program places top leadership in CPS schools Defender

Since its establishment in 2001, NLNS has placed nearly 100 principals in Chicago's public schools.

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