Some question future of stimulus-funded anti-violence programs.Medill
"Most second grade teachers can identify those students who are 'at
risk for violence," said Trump. "The problem has always been, what do
you do once they're identified?"
Daley wants to spend $370M from parking deal fund Tribune
Richard M. Daley leaves the council chambers after he addressed the
City Council today and presented his 2010 budget.
Alternative Schools Provide a Second Chance to Dropouts WBEZ
Sarah Karp of Catalyst Chicago magazine tells us about changes to alternative schools in Chicago.
Chicago offers H1N1 vaccine free for those at highest risk Sun Times
Saturday, the Chicago Department of Public Health will begin offering
free H1N1 flu vaccinations at six City Colleges of Chicago locations to
those most at risk for serious infections.
Boy found after sleepwalking to school in middle of the night Sun Times
A 5-year-old St. Charles boy is safe at home after apparently sleepwalking to his elementary school in the middle of the night.
Boy's finger lost on CPS fence, mother claims in suit Tribune
A woman is suing the Chicago Board of Education after her 8-year-old son lost a finger while playing
Sept. 14 on a fence around trash bins at the George Manierre School,
1420 N. Hudson Ave.
Report of teen with gun locks down Waukegan HS Tribune
Waukegan High School's Washington Street Campus was put on lockdown this
afternoon after a report that a 15-year-old boy had a gun, officials
Group's Thursday forum seeks input on school funding gap Medill
representative from the Chicago Urban League and Lisa Scruggs of Jenner
& Block, the lead law firm handling the case, will be speaking
about the background, basis and implications of the issue.
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