No Replacement for Scott, Yet WBEZ
Daley says he's spoken to a few candidates about the position but they would have big shoes to fill.
Education Week: Ill. Senate to study school discipline racial gap EdWeek
Illinois Senate will try to find the cause of a gaping racial disparity
in how schoolchildren are disciplined, officials said Tuesday.
Billboards seek info on killings of CPS students Sun Times
a litter-strewn, vacant lot in Englewood, steps away from three houses
of worship, a billboard went up Tuesday, asking, essentially, what is
the price of a child's life.
CPS adds five new charter schools
Southside community members criticized the school district's plan to open one charter school in an existing elementary school.
Chicago again poised to be country's most violent city for youth Medill
Since 2006, Chicago has been at the top of the country's five most populous cities in youth homicides, statistics show.
Chicago Board of Education Rescheduled Monthly Meeting WBEZ
Welcome and Public Comment, Including Proclamations and Eulogies for Michael Scott
Call to Order, Board Actions
Bolden has high hopes for himself and the rest of the student's in
the board group this year. He plans to hold community board meetings at
high schools across the city to listen to students' concerns. And he
says the board's student group wants to help fashion a policy solution
to reduce violence among Chicago students.
Suburban high school's editors ordered to publish Tribune
than a week after administrators at Stevenson High School in
Lincolnshire halted the release of the student newspaper because of
stories dealing with drinking, smoking and teen pregnancy, staff
members said they were told today that they had less than two hours to
produce the paper without the controversial stories, or receive failing
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