Wednesday Morning Education News

Daley vows to investigate grade changing allegations at schools Sun Times
Daley,
responding to the findings of an unprecedented survey of more than
1,200 Chicago Teachers Union members, vowed to investigate what appears
to be a stunning amount of grade-changing.

One principal ousted, another takes over Catalyst
There's no official word as to
why, but Gardner had two strong marks against him: The school failed to
improve, despite extra resources and new curricula; and he was accused
of falsifying a document related to a lawsuit against him that cost the
district $500,000....

Illinois Students Required to Learn About Forced Mexican Migration EdWeek
A
state law that will become effective next year requires Illinois
students to learn in U.S. history courses about the forced migration of
millions to Mexico during the Great Depression.

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