The Tribune says that at risk Chicago kids are routinely denied access to
neighborhood schools like Marshall, despite the Huberman mandate to
help keep more kids off the street (Students in custody or suspended struggle to return to class). Should troublemaking kids have access to their
home school no matter what, and is this more of an issue now than it
has been in the past? Are schools being told to stop disenrolling kids, or is it the same old same old? Would you want principals and school counselors to have access to information about kids' law enforcement records?
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