Not usually known for her ideas, CTU president Marilyn Stewart busted out with this notion at her City Club speech yesterday:
The proposal comes on the heels of a $30 million anti-violence program
spearheaded by Chicago schools CEO Ron Huberman and
rolled-out last month.
Chicago Teachers Union
President Marilyn Stewart said Thursday that disruptive students should
be taken out of regular classrooms and put in a separate school until
they are ready to behave.
Questions: Do these schools work? Would they be any different from the schools we already have? Don't we already have these?
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