A raft of past programs have failed to substantially improve the reading skills of middle grade and high school students. CPS is trying once again, as part of a federal project that aims to help teens learn how to analyze complex non-fiction.
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The CPS hypocrisy continues. WBEZ reported that more than eighty schools suffer from overcrowding. Fifty are severely overcrowded. So closing schools was the right answer?