Thursday Morning News, Part 2

Few answers in drownings probe Chicago Tribune

By Carlos Sadovi | Tribune

reporter As the families of three Chicago high school students firmed

up funeral plans Tuesday, state and school officials ...

Lawsuit filed in Illinois teen's drowning at camp Belleville News Democrat


drowned during a school leadership retreat last week has filed a

lawsuit against the Chicago Public Schools and the camp where the

retreat took place. ...

Senate pick can skip politicians Chicago Tribune


Public Schools board President Rufus Williams and MacArthur Foundation

vice president and former Daley chief of staff Julia Stasch.

Three schools elect new local councils Chi-Town Daily News

Usually, Local School Council elections happen in April, but the voting

seven months ago at Gunsaulus was called into question because the

polls opened late, officials say. And unexpectedly, none of the

incumbents retained their seats in that election.

Hearing on LSC lawsuit delayed Chi-Town Daily News


of Chicago Public Schools and a group that includes several local

school council members and Parents United for Responsible Education

(PURE) ...

Thanks but no Thanksgiving Time Out Chicago

Most Chicago Public School teachers don’t know how to properly teach

about Native Americans, says Bang, a former Boston public school

teacher who earned her Ph.D. in learning sciences from Northwestern and

oversees an after-school development program at the AIC that focuses on

Native students.

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