Tag Archives: University of Chicago

CN April 14 2016

  Chicago Public Schools runs 87 high schools, most of them of the “neighborhood” variety. But 50 of them are under-enrolled, and 35 are less than 50% full. Some have only a tiny fraction of the 2,000 or so students … Continue reading

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CN Jan. 15, 2015

(note: we’ve included time markers, so you can go directly to that point in the video). Fox 32 Chicago’s Mike Flannery is Fired Up. He was in Springfield for Bruce Rauner’s inauguration on Monday. He tells us that he spent some time combing … Continue reading

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CN Feb. 13, 2014

  Dan Rutherford has some explainin’ to do. He’s obviously correct in stating that he hasn’t been found guilty of any wrongdoing, and the charges of sexual and business misconduct brought forth by a subordinate remain only charges.  But the … Continue reading

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Dec. 19, 2013

Some questions we kicked around on this week’s Chicago Newsroom with Education expert and consultant Paul Goren an Chicago Reader Senior Writer (and 2014 Studs Terkel Award winner)  Steve Bogira: Could CPS schools be significantly improved if, taking their gross … Continue reading

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