Most drug violations in CPS involve an ounce or less of marijuana. Schools are quick to call police, yet rarely have the resources to offer education, counseling or other non-punitive help to students.
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Please don't use Jesus as a reference in making your argument in supporting this man. Mr. Carter was not only harsh towards his staff, he was equally harsh with the students. He was an equal...
The toilet bowl theory is alive and well at CPS.
Will Mr Carter do the right thing and pay back the additional money he earned by claiming to have a doctorate? This is the real problem in...
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Chi-Town Daily Beating Everyone Else Out?
I may be wrong, but it feels like the Chi-Town Daily News -- a newish, online only, part-volunteer "paper" -- is giving the most consistent, timely, and dedicated education coverage in the city. Better than the dailies. Better than NPR or PBS. Better than Catalyst. With nothing more than determination and a freelancer or two. Amazing.
Here's the latest from them: Management change at N. Side charter school angers parents
The comments and analysis are still much better here, but in a perfect world I'd have more news reporting to go along with the rest -- am trying to work that out with the powers that be.