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CPS tries peer-to-peer sex ed
Apr. 11, 2014
We take a look at efforts to get sexually active high schoolers to use condoms. We also get a preview of the annual Reptile Fest. And, the scien-tronic sounds of Chicago's Byzantine Time Machine.
What’s really in a CPS chicken nugget?
Apr. 3, 2014
The school district turns over documents to WBEZ that make true ingredients impossible to know.
All staff to be dismissed at three low-performing CPS schools
Mar. 22, 2014
Chicago Public Schools announced Friday it will “turn around” three low-performing schools at the end of this school year—firing all staff there, from the janitors to the principal.
CPS interrogates students in ISAT investigation
Mar. 20, 2014
Law department investigators spent the day questioning kids at Drummond Montessori, where some teachers and students refused to particpate in the ISAT exam.
Unusual candidates line up to be on local school council
Mar. 18, 2014
A Chicago school that vociferously protested school budget cuts last summer has some interesting candidates running for its local school council, among them a former member of the Chicago Board of Education.
At West Side Chicago school, kids go without teachers
Mar. 11, 2014
Some of the city’s high schools are shrinking. In fact, some are shrinking so dramatically, it’s questionable whether students are getting access to a basic education.
Saucedo spends Day 1 of ISAT teaching, not testing
Mar. 5, 2014
Teachers at Maria Saucedo Scholastic Academy declared victory Tuesday, saying their protest of the state’s Illinois Standards Achievement Test is working.
Test protest: Chicago teachers say they'll refuse to give ISAT
Feb. 25, 2014
Teachers at Saucedo Scholastic Academy declared Tuesday they will refuse to administer the state-mandated Illinois Standards Achievement Tests that are scheduled to begin next week
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