Chicago officials don’t want their hands tied by state charter rules.
Aldermen kill a proposal to discuss school policies but find time to take on Eliot Ness.
Daley’s golden parachute Re: “Daley joining law firm he previously hired for city’s meter deal and other privatization work,” posted by Mick Dumke, June 1 Nice to see the guy land on his feet. —FGFM The system works. —MrJM How do you expect Daley to get by on his $100,000-a-year U. of C. salary and […]
For the last several years, politicians around here—Mayor Emanuel included—have been enthusiastically championing charter schools as the next great thing in public education. But if a north-side charter school gets its way, the pols might have to drop the “public” part of the appellation. According to the operators of the Chicago Math and Science Academy, […]