Principal contracts to be tied to performance standards Catalyst: At a Tuesday morning meeting with school principals, schools CEO Jean-Claude Brizard said he plans to hold principals to strict standards as well as give them more flexibility... CPS CEO: Salary to stay at $250000 WLS: Jean-Claude Brizard says his salary will remain at $250000 per year, after it was approved in May by the ... Brizard meets with principals, talks contracts Chicago Tribune: Teacher and principal contracts and standards dominated the discussion today when Chicago Public Schools CEO Jean-Claude Brizard met with a group of principals... Chicago Public Schools chief Jean-Claude Brizard silent on school raises Sun Times: New Chicago Schools CEO Jean-Claude Brizard wouldn't say Tuesday if teachers or principals will get raises next school year, and contended his new $250,000 base salary doesn't really constitute a raise either...High Salaries for Top Emanuel Officials CNC: Mayor Rahm Emanuel has enticed many top officials in his new administration with salaries that far eclipse what their predecessors were paid under retired Mayor Richard M. Daley...MORE NEWS ITEMS BELOW -- WHAT'D I MISS? DO YOU CARE?
Fenger sophomores celebrate the halfway mark Defender: On June 1, dozens of the school's sophomores took part in a special half-cap graduation ceremony that commends them for academic performance thus far.... Quinn names Gery Chico chair of ISBE WBEZ: Chico served stints as president of the Chicago school board and head of the city colleges under former Mayor Richard Daley. Chico lost the race for mayor of Chicago in February, coming in second to Rahm Emanuel... Quinn picks Chico to lead state education board WBEZ: Gov. Pat Quinn on Tuesday tapped former Chicago mayoral candidate Gery Chico to lead the Illinois State Board of Education, calling the former chairman of the city's public schools a "leader of distinction."... Bus carrying kids crashes on LSD, no injuries reported: The crash happened at 6:51 a.m. at 3150 N. Lake Shore Dr., police News Affairs Officer John Mirabelli said. Children were on board the school bus involved in the crash, he said.... School District to Drop Class Rankings: Starting this fall, the Maine Township High School District will no longer rank students according to their grade point average.
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