Solis swapped his loyalty to Daley and Rahm for sex, Viagra, and the council’s zoning chair.
There’s still not enough scrutiny over how privately run charters spend public money.
A new poll is the latest sign that Mayor Emanuel could be in trouble.
Aldermen kill a proposal to discuss school policies but find time to take on Eliot Ness.
Rahm creates a process to endorse his plan for more charter schools.
Charter school operator won’t say how it spent your tax dollars.
After a new charter school opened in his ward, an alderman wants to know which kids have benefited.
Hey, charter school operators: if you want to continue paying your teachers substandard salaries and firing them on a whim, it’s a good idea not to dole out contracts to the brothers of the chief operating officer.
It’s easy for aldermen to denounce the mayor’s school closings when they don’t have to vote against them.
Mayor Emanuel’s threat to close a quarter of Chicago’s public grammar schools has the city in a tizzy.
Mayor Emanuel doesn’t have to fight City Council proposals he doesn’t like—he just buries them.
UNO’s charter school bosses hire a judge to tell them how and why they awarded contracts to relatives of UNO’s former chief executive officer.
The state’s biggest charter school operator calls the teachers union “totally irresponsible and reckless”
UNO’s win in the 21st legislative district is not exactly a ringing endorsement for charter schools.
What’s in the February 23, 2012 issue of the Reader