Tuesday AM News

School board's new president Tribune

Rufus
Williams, who rose from Burger King worker to Oprah Winfrey's chief
financial officer, has won Mayor Richard Daley's backing as the next
president of Chicago's Board of Education, city and school officials
said Monday.

City schools get reprieve on tutoring Sun Times
The federal government plans to let the Chicago Public Schools continue
its No Child Left Behind tutoring program for students in failing
schools this fall, the Sun-Times has learned.

Group Irked Over Bogan Overcrowding SW Daily Herald
Southwest Side leaders continue to protest for
relief of overcrowding at Bogan High School, 3939 W. 79th St., but the
Chicago Public Schools Board of Education said that children from
outside Bogans attendance boundaries are accepted into the school.

Instant Messages: 'Inside Room 206' Sun Times
On Friday, Sunday and Monday, the Chicago Sun-Times chronicled the
first year at the new Donoghue campus of the University of Chicago
Charter School. 

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