Not that I can find, anyway. City offers unique program for gang-affected youth Columbia Chroncle: The city is putting a new philosophy into action with high school youth affected by gang violence... City Watchdog Unveils Sweeping Budget Plan WBEZ: As Chicago's City Council enters its final week of budget hearings, the city's corruption watchdog is laying out dozens of cost-cutting measures he says could help close the historic municipal deficit - from firing firefighters to privatizing garbage pick-up to popping a program that provides free inflatable playgrounds at kids' events... Students Aim for Success With a New View of Vocational School CNC: Buzzing with excitement, 72 11th graders sat in the auditorium of Austin Polytechnical Academy recently, waiting to board buses that would take them to the International Manufacturing Technology Show at McCormick Place, the largest show of its kind in the United States... Advocates Meet with Illinois Officials to Address Concerns with IQ Testing at VR Services ChicagoTalks: People with disabilities met on Thursday with Michelle Saddler, Gov. Quinn's chief of staff, and Rob Kilbury, the associate director of the Department of Human Services Division of Rehabilitation Services (DRS), in an attempt to eliminate IQ testing issued by Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Services.
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