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The failure is a factor of time, money and priorities, one assistant superintendent said.
A former Islamic extremist turned informant for U.S. law enforcement and intelligence has joined George Washington University as a research fellow
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Michael Williams helped launch the school district’s Minority Scholars Program.
'Dear Mayor Emanuel: I resign my position as principal of the #1 rated neighborhood school in Chicago'
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