Much has been made of the credibility problems that CPS and City Hall have created for themselves over the past two years (if not longer) thanks to limits on information, misrepresentation of information, and wildly misleading ways of talking about things (budget cuts = enhancements, for example).
At the same time, behind the scenes mostly, there's been a second discussion about misleading information coming from CTU -- before and during the strike and since then.
However, I've never seen it discussed publicly until Friday's WTTW Week In Review. The education segment begins at the 16:00 minute mark, and then at the 19:50 mark Fox 32 News' Mike Flannery goes off on how CTU "willfully, willfully misrepresents a lot of what goes on. They know they're misrepresenting and lying on occasion when they make some of these arguments [about the construction money only going to better-off schools]."
No big deal -- just one guy's opinion. But it's the first time I've seen it said out loud by a journalist, and -- my own opinion here -- it's something that journalists need to be on the lookout for just as much with CTU as with CPS or City Hall.