Chicago Students, Looking For Safer Schools, Sue City Wall Street Journal
An emergency hearing on the matter is scheduled for Monday at the U.S.
District Court in Chicago.
Staffers say over
the past few weeks their team has grown from its original nine members
to about 20. They said more hiring is scheduled.
Quarter-century after Wilson killed, issues in city schools haven't changed Sun Times
mayor of Chicago called for an end to the violence. So did the Rev. Jesse
Jackson, city officials and school administrators. The tragic story was
highlighted on local and network TV news. Newspapers editorialized
4th Chicago teen charged in videotaped beating Sun Times
A fourth teenager faces murder charges in the beating death of Chicago high school honor student Derrion Albert.
Chicago Public Schools looks to advocacy group for curbing teen violence Tribune
the number of students on the list has grown twice, from 200 to 250,
then just recently to 300...Principals were allowed to add and remove names from the list, sources
said. After being notified which students were on the list, principals
expressed concern about some students who were omitted and said some
who had been included were harmless.
New Union Charts Fresh Course for Educators Chicago Current
Mueller, who headed the teachers' negotiating committee, disagrees. She
says the negotations were amicable, and that the union was instrumental
in securing a transparent wage scale, class-size limits and a voice in
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