An overhaul of the district’s career education programs seeks to make classes more challenging and put career-track students on the path to higher ed, but many schools have lost programs, and fewer students are participating overall.
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So sad! As a new, young African American teacher (second year), I feel pressured to start planning an exit strategy already. I don't want to get burned when CPS decides they're done with me!
Of the 20 IB DP programs in Illinois this year, all but three are in the city of Chicago. Of the 17 in Chicago, three are private and the remainder are CPS.
It may well be that IB is a "...