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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That's why she brought him in, as you know george. I found your post on ravitch interesting:
"Instead of hiring someone from Chicago or Illinois, however, Rahm returned to the Broads and...
An hour ago I heard WBEZ reporting that CPS may try to revoke the teaching certificates of teachers who have been boycotting the ISAT and others who have been encouraging opt out. The guy quoted...