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Chicago Public Schools investigates beating charge Chicago Tribune

Chicago Public Schools

Chief Arne Duncan said anyone found paddling students will be fired.

After volleyball player says coach beat him ... Chicago Sun-Times

"Anyplace where this is found, we're going to fire the coach," Chicago Public Schools Chief Arne Duncan said.

Should student athletes be paddled? Sun Times


school year, Simeon High School senior Bruce Zayas was captain of the

volleyball team, a rising star recruited from Mount Carmel, and looking

at a volleyball scholarship.

Student dies after being hit by brick Chicago Tribune

A 17-year-old Chicago Public Schools student is dead after being attacked over the weekend with a brick. Robert Bowens said his son, Shaun, ...

CPS boss declines award, citing student deaths Southtown Star

His voice quaking with emotion, Chicago Public Schools chief Arne Duncan declined on Tuesday to accept an anti-gun ...

Chicago Public Schools teaching green by example Medill Reports


parts of the plan include recycling, efforts to save energy, improve

air quality and reduce waste in general.

Interview: Rick Bayless On His Work With the Kids Chicagoist

The goal of the café is to eventually serve over 12,000 meals

in the next twelve months and to teach children about healthy eating

and exercise habits.

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