CPS, Chicago's Teachers Union Support New Federal Educational Disciplinary Guideline

Edwards, Lee
January 2014
Chicago Citizen - South End Edition;1/15/2014, Vol. 46 Issue 50, p6
The article discusses the Federal educational disciplinary guidelines prepared by combined efforts of Department of Education and Department of Justice which will lead youth to right path.


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