Friday Morning Education News

What little education news that's left over after Fenger and Marilyn Stewart hog the headlines:

2 sentenced in
shooting death outside Simeon

Samuel Hill, 19, and
Ronald Little, 20, were sentenced today after being found guilty of
second-degree murder in the March 2008 shooting death of 18-year-old
Chavez Clarke as he walked with his twin brother outside Simeon Career

Don't apply for
magnet and selective enrollment schools, just yet
Guess CPS had second thoughts about letting parents apply for the
selective enrollment and magnet schools without knowing the admissions
criteria, now that the desegregation decree has been scrapped.

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    Report rips Huberman's oversight of contracts

    Inspector general says 'management failure' cost city $2.25 million

    October 2, 2009

    BY FRAN SPIELMAN City Hall Reporter / SunTimes

    --- IG calls for Huberman to be suspended! Sounds about right. ---


    Union Wants Disruptive Kids Sent to Separate School

    Produced by Linda Lutton on Thursday, October 01, 2009

  • Nepal exit becomes city school entry

    Rejected by Bhutan and Nepal, refugees come to Chicago with help from Heartland Alliance,0,6142227.story

  • Former foster child in Chicago now a million-dollar scholar

    Scholarships flooded in for an A student with a lost childhood,0,6324913.story

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