Friday Morning Education News


CPS job fair was running below radar Sun Times

2,000 invited to the "invitation-only'' fair had included rookie
teachers from Teach for America and the Chicago Teaching Fellows, as
well as CPS teachers who lost their jobs because of declining
enrollment, school consolidations or closings, or budget cuts, Bond

Parents Weigh In on Selective Enrollment in Chicago SchoolsWBEZ

and students at one selective enrollment high school are absorbing the
news today that Chicago Public Schools is investigating the enrollment
process for top schools in the city.

Surviving Chicago's Selective EnrollmentWBEZ

Catalyst Magazine staff writer, Sarah Karp, discusses the practical and the political in Chicago's selective enrollment process.

New high school principal center at U. of Chicago will focus on dataCatalyst

training took a new turn in Chicago this week when the Chicago Public
Schools entered into a partnership with the University of Chicago's
School of Social Service Administration (SSA) to create a center to
help existing high school principals make sense of data and prepare new
ones for the task.

It's his call: The Quinn bin Sneed

to Chicago Public Schools chief Ron Huberman and his partner, Darren
DeJong, on the birth Thursday of their first child, Aiden DeJong
Huberman. The dads are delighted.

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