Oh, great. As if dwindling enrollment wasn't already a problem in the past, now we've got even fewer kids registered for CPS this year than in the past (albeit by just 3,000). Hmm. I wonder why that's happening -- could it be two years of flub-ups by CPS and relentless acrimony from CTU (plus underlying demographic shifts)? Get it together, folks. More of the same is NOT in order for 2013-2014.
Three families tell us why they ditched CPS Chicago Reader: Chicago's public schools have performed abysmally for years on many measures. But that's how schools with overwhelmingly low-income enrollments typically do.
CPS figures show enrollment down Chicago Tribune: Enrollment figures released by Chicago Public Schools on Tuesday show an overall decline from last year despite growth in the number of students at charter schools. Total enrollment of about 400,000 students is 3,000 less than last year.
Chicago Public Schools Adds Flipped Professional Development for ...T.H.E. Journal: Chicago Public Schools (CPS) has adopted a blended approach to teacher professional development in an effort to improve its lowest-performing schools.
Reavis joins new schools network Hyde Park Herald: Chicago Public Schools (CPS) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Barbara Byrd-Bennett created OS4 as a part of her five-year action plan aimed at providing every ...