If there is one city that needs complete disintermediation in its schools, it's Chicago. But Mayor Rahm Emanuel is being stymied by unions, politicians, teachers, and even some parents from doing the right thing--read the full article at the link below for more--
New chief at Chicago Public Schools - Chicago Tribune: "Emanuel on Wednesday told the Tribune editorial board that the schools have slots for 600,000 children when there are 405,000 attending, although he did not say how many schools would be closed or converted to privately run charter schools, even as he conceded the difficulty of closing schools."
Difficulty closing schools?--CLOSE THEM!
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