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Chicago principals say they operate under 'gag order'
May. 13, 2014
CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett: 'If there's a perception that there's a culture of retribution, it's not anything that I accept, nor anything that I want to message.'
An American art form in Paris
May. 5, 2014
We mark Teacher Appreciate Week with NEA head Dennis Van Roekel. We take a look at the race for Congress in the 10th Congressional District which includes an attempt at a comeback. And, we celebrate jazz in Paris.
Chicago to add new Barack Obama College Prep High School
Apr. 25, 2014
Advocates for Latino and black students fume over North Side location.
Charter supporters rally against bills in Illinois legislature
Apr. 8, 2014
Illinois General Assembly is considering a dozen bills that could impact charter schools. Charter advocates want lawmakers to see the faces of affected students.
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.
Learning from the past and looking for the future of Black History Month
Feb. 26, 2014
We get a glimpse of the man behind African American History Month. And, we celebrate the music of Johnny Cash with music from Chicago actor Kent M. Lewis.
You can lead kids to water but can you make them drink?
Feb. 10, 2014
Fruit-infused water was the star attraction at a recent tasting as part of a campaign to get kids to choose water over sugary drinks.
Hearing attracts charter supporters, some unsure what they are supporting
Dec. 17, 2013
Hundreds of charter school supporters packed a Chicago Public Schools headquarters room for a hearing Monday night that was scheduled to last four and a half hours.
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