Ron Huberman walked the halls at Julian High School on Chicago's South Side one day in late March. Students were loitering in the lobby, wearing caps backward and sideways. The place was dirty. Even the clocks were wrong. Huberman, the new school chief installed by Mayor Richard M. Daley, did not like what he saw. He promptly moved to fire the principal.
Arellano’s family members and police insist that the 15 year old was a
good kid who was not into gangs. But pictures of Arellano on his
MySpace page tell a different story. They show Arellano proudly
displaying what appear...
A recent study points toward one area
where innovation is long overdue: reading instruction for struggling
was a day in the spotlight for Illinois crossing guards.
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