Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Our broke City of Chicago: Rahm swinga $130 Million Dollars to CPS Principal Fund to "Bribe" his way to longer school days


Chicago Public Schools chief administrative officer Tim Cawley said Wednesday that the district plans to redirect $130 million in funds to principals to use at their discretion as they add a longer school day next year.

But almost immediately critics of Mayor Rahm Emanuel's longer school day questioned whether the "rosy picture" administrators were painting may be followed by draconian cuts ahead as the district faces a budget shortfall of at least $600 million.

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Get a clue they never should have shortened the days my 92 year old grandmother went to school to 3:15 like i did.

Anonymous said...

What do we expect from an out-of-touch liberal from Wilmette.

How about addressing the incresed murder rate in Chicago? Naw, that would require guts and integrity.

Chicago has no leadership; he's worse than Obumbler.

I Voted For Obama said...

Tim Cawley voted for Obama, then asked him which shell had the little pea in it.