Tuesday Morning News

Dad inspiring parents since his son's murder SUn Times

Holt never stopped being a father.

Unions seek bigger role in charter schools The Associated Press

Last week in
Chicago, teachers voted to unionize three Chicago International Charter
School campuses run by Civitas, a Chicago-based nonprofit organization.

New Report Finds Unusually High Suspension Rates In CPS WBEZ

Catalyst's Sara Karp tells us about a new report revealing high rates of suspension at CPS schools, especially for black males.

Black males suspended, expelled at increasing rate Catalyst

A Catalyst Chicago analysis
reveals that out-of-school suspensions in Chicago outpaced those in the
10 biggest school districts in the nation.

Parents seek to ban award-winning book from school Baltimore Sun

The English Department at Antioch High School, in the Chicago
suburbs, assigned the book for the incoming freshman class to read over
the summer.

UPDATE:  Controversial book to stay on reading list Tribune

Some parents seek to ban 'The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian'.

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