Seems like they're making a bigger deal of the start of the year for Track E schools than they have in the past... but then again there are more Track E schools than ever before. Has it gotten any better / easier for schools where they've had it for a little while now? Have they figured out how to make the transition to Track E any smoother than it used to be? Is there any more research, or even anecdotal information, that the Track E schools do better than the regular schedule schools?
Thousands of CPS students go back to school: Monday is the first day of class for Chicago Public School students enrolled in Track E schools, which operate on a year-round schedule.
Classes Start for 247 CPS Schools: School started Monday for thousands of Chicago Public School who attend Track E schools, which run a year-round schedule.
Many CPS students head back to school today: Many Chicago Public Schools students are heading back to school. Classes start Monday for so-called E-Track students, or those who are on a year round schedule. They have same number of days of school as students on a regular schedule, but their...
First day of school for some Chicago Public Schools students: Meantime, some religious leaders are planning a rally Monday calling for longer school days for Chicago students. The mayor and...
Thousands of CPS Students Back to School: CPS chief Jean-Claude Brizard will address students at William Rainey Harper High School in Englewood before ringing the ceremonial bell.
Many CPS students head back to school today: Students on a regular track at Chicago schools start classes next month. More than 400000 students are enrolled in Chicago Public Schools.