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Chicago Boosts Rigorous AP Programs At 5 Neighborhood High Schools

Currently, only 15 Chicago high schools offer the AP Capstone program, and most of them are the city’s selective enrollment schools.

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Buoyed By L.A. Strike, Chicago Teachers Union Delivers 75-Item List Of Demands To The City

The Chicago’s teachers union delivered a 75-item list of contract demands to the city. The current contract expires at the end of June, after Emanuel’s successor takes office;

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Developer Behind Controversial Little Village Warehouse Buys Fisk Generating Station In Pilsen, Alderman Says

The move comes after Hilco received approval to build a massive — and controversial — distribution center at the Crawford Coal Plant site in Little Village.

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Bottled Blonde Could Be Forced To Close After Citation For Overcrowding, Judge Says

A fire inspector cited the River North spot for overcrowding on New Year's Eve, but the restaurant's attorneys say it wasn't overcrowded.