Chicago Public Schools Chief Wants to Give Fewer Teachers Tenure WBEZ
Chicago Public Schools chief Ron Huberman is floating a few ideas for how to improve teacher quality.
the teen parenting group sessions, Thomas is the one who soothes the
crying babies. She's the one who volunteers every month at the Lawndale
local food drive. And she's the one who spent most of the day cooking,
decorating, choosing party favors and staging a lively birthday party
for her son and extended family.
Ballistics report confirm's Scott's suicide Sun Times
Sneed hears the much anticipated ballistics reports on the gun used to kill Chicago School Board chief Michael Scott is done!
Meeks back to the North Shore for funding forum Pioneer Press
last time State Sen. James Meeks spent much time in New Trier
territory, it was Sept. 2 of 2008, and he arrived with more than 1,000
Chicago children and parents to register for school in protest over the
inequalities of school funding.
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from the Prairie Hills Elementary School District 144 which serves more
than 3,000 students in the south suburbs have canceled classes after
teachers voted to strike late Wednesday after they could not agree on
salary issues, officials said.
Montini Catholic High School was evacuated today after a bomb threat was found at the school near Lombard, police said.
Principal Gives Students Cell Number Fox Chicago
A high school principal in Algonquin means it when he says that
kids can call him any time.
Student who set fire at Naperville school caught Daily Herald
police have caught the Scott Elementary School student who set a fire
at the school that caused more than $100,000 in damage.
A Maine East High School student was run down and fatally injured by another teen driving a stolen car, an attack in a Niles mall parking lot that police said stemmed from a dispute over a girl on a social-networking Web site.
alternative school program in Illinois and school systems throughout
the nation are seeking grants from the Department of Education's $4
billion "Race to the Top" program that aims to improve schools.
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