Wednesday AM Papers

State's proposed rule changes irk tutoring firms CST
Last fall, the state kicked a major tutoring firm out of five Chicago
schools for ethics violations and decried excessive overhead costs
among the 100 private firms tutoring thousands of Illinois children
under the federal No Child Left Behind law.

Illinois graduation rate 14th in the nation Daily Herald
About three of every four students who begin high
school in Illinois leave with a diploma, according to a national study
released Tuesday.


Legislative debate is all Fluff
Tribune

It's creamy, it's sweet and it's become a staple of lunch boxes for generations of New England schoolchildren.

Teacher steps down amid sex charges Tribune

School
board members in a northwest suburban elementary district accepted the
resignation Tuesday of a teacher charged with attempting to solicit sex
over the Internet with an undercover officer posing as a 13-year-old
boy.

State scores D-minus on school foods report card CST
Illinois was handed a report card Friday, but it wasn't one to brag about.


 

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