‘Chicago Tribune’ Investigation Shows CPS Did Not Protect Students From Sexual Assault

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CPS Board of Education photo from Jan. 26, 2017. Andrew Gill / WBEZ
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CPS Board of Education photo from Jan. 26, 2017. Andrew Gill / WBEZ

‘Chicago Tribune’ Investigation Shows CPS Did Not Protect Students From Sexual Assault

A failure by Chicago Public Schools to conduct proper background checks and alert authorities to sexual misconduct allegations led to hundreds of cases of abuse of students by CPS employees over ten years, according to a Chicago Tribune investigation.

GUEST: David Jackson, Chicago Tribune investigative reporter

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BETRAYED: Chicago schools fail to protect students from sexual abuse and assault, leaving lasting damage (Chicago Tribune 6/1/2018)