Monday Morning Education News, Part 1

So much education news we need two posts today:

CPS student fatally shot on South Side Sun Times

Police
are asking anyone with information about the Saturday night slaying of
a 17-year-old Simeon Career Academy senior to contact detectives
Sunday.

UofI Admissions officers getting back to normal Tribune

In
weekly staff meetings, counselors share questions they have received
about preferential treatment in admissions and how their responses were
received.

Huberman sacks boss of city charter schools Tribune

There
are 72 charter schools in the city, some with multiple campuses, run by
29 operators.

School gives chronically ill students a chance Tribune

Through
DePaul's School for New Learning, these students can take courses in
the classroom or online. They also can take time off, even abruptly,
when the symptoms of their illnesses hit, and finish coursework later
with no penalty or tuition loss.

24 Students and Teachers from 10 CPS Schools Perform Shakespeare

They are preparing for a four-week intensive
rehearsal, beginning on September 26, culminating in a 60-minute
adaptation of William Shakespeare's popular comedy, A Midsummer Night's
Dream.

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  • I find it very strange that Mr. Edelman was removed without CPS indicating any reason at all.

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