CPS reverses itself, gives job candidate a 2nd chance
July, I told you about Darrell Langdon, a Chicago man who applied to
the Chicago Public Schools system for a job as a stationary engineer
(or boiler room engineer) but was turned down because of a drug
conviction 25 years ago...Mother faces murder anniversary Tribune: The
Chicago Public Schools system has redesigned its safety and security
center, moved it to headquarters and added more access to city cameras.
And police installed a new computer database to track daily incidents,
from curfew violations to violent crimes around high schools. It's about time, say charter schools
Fields doesn't mind being in school until 5 p.m.-- even though he knows
most of his peers would regard it as punishment, like detention.
"I like it because I get to learn more," said the eighth-grader,
juggling books under his arm... CPS takes former employee to court in payment battle Tribune: Carol Collins-Watts thought she was doing the right thing.
The former Chicago Public Schools therapist quit her job after the 2006-07 school year to take a position with another district.
When two additional paychecks were deposited in her bank.
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