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Ted Dabrowski, President of Wirepoints, will be the keynote speaker.
This grade’s scores are below the others, a district report shows. A board member said she is worried about it.
No one thought Illinois schools were a shining beacon in the education landscape, but we didn’t know how truly awful so many of them are. A new report by Wirepoints using the state’s data shows that an epidemic of indifferent instruction and social promotion has left children unable to perform at even the most basic educational level.
One board member voted against the budget, saying a close look was needed.
Test scores have plunged over the last decade, according to state numbers.
The board president responds to criticism about dropping test scores.
America’s schools have emerged as a battleground for the country’s most fervent cultural disagreements, and in many places, parents are finding themselves on the front lines. As part of Opinion’s “What Is School For?” package, three parents of public school students joined Lulu Garcia-Navarro to discuss the big questions underlying the new era of parental activism.
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