Tuesday Morning News, Part 1

Senn protesters visit alderman's house CTDN


parents and students at Senn High School are opposed to Ald. Mary Ann

Smith's reorganization plan. They want her to consider alternatives for

the school, and say she's been unreceptive.

School officials' pleas for more state funding may pay off CTDN


officials persuade legislators to increase the district's share of

state funding by $98 million, but Blagojevich may not be ready to

approve a budget he says needs more revision.

Time for another property tax hike?

Chicago Sun-Times

... property tax increase in

Chicago history, homeowners and businesses are facing another $40

million increase -- this one for the Chicago Public Schools. ...

New U-46 superintendent gets $291000 package

Chicago Daily Herald

According to Chicago Public Schools, Torres' current salary is $144000 as regional superintendent for Area 14, a group of 26 Southwest side elementary and ...

Target Becomes CPS' Official Uniform Provider

CBS2 Chicago

Chicago Public Schools announced Monday that Target Corporation is now the official provider of uniforms for students who attend Chicago ...

Spell-a-pointment: Chicago-Area Girl Misses Out On Bee Title Chicagoist

Despite an amazing effort, reaching the 11th round, Sloan mis-spelled "sheitel," dropping the 'i' and ending her fantastic run.

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