the downtown central office of Chicago Public Schools, excitement about
an Obama White House and what it could do for educational reform and
funding is spreading.
decades, Chicago Public Schools has operated under a legal decree
requiring it to maintain as many desegregated schools as possible. But
a federal judge may soon terminate the plan. In anticipation, school
officials are already thinking about how they’ll grant admission to the
city’s popular magnet schools. Some worry the court’s decision could
mean a curtain call for the district’s racially integrated schools.
Not all like plan to add seats at elite CPS school Chicago Sun-Times
A plan that could double the number of
entry seats at elite Skinner Classical on the Near West Side ...
Eight Forty-Eight's Shawn Campbell talks with the people who are trying to save a student-run newspaper.
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