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Granite City Schools Owe State $1 Million

GRANITE CITY, Ill. (KMOX)- A state of Illinois over-payment to the Granite City School District means it’ll have to pay back one-million dollars.

Superintendent Jim Greenwald tells KMOX it shouldn’t affect planning for the 2016-2017 school year, “We really do feel that general state aid will be able to supplant some of this. 198 more words

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The Rich Get Richer…

State of Illinois and Chicago Pays Billions To Banks While Cutting Services To The Poor

By Ken Hare

Chicago Defender Staff Writer

In a familiar scheme where the rich get richer and the poor get poorer, Illinois and the City of Chicago continues to pay huge bank fees on complicated swap deals that were negotiated years ago – payments are in full and on time, every month! 166 more words

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Sun-Times breaks a story about the CTU that the CTU broke nine months ago.

The CTU sold this building. Old news. Not a scoop.

The Sun-Times investigative reporters Dan Mihalopoulos and Lauren Fitzpatrick report a news scoop that reminds me of the one Mihalopoulos broke about CTU President Karen Lewis when she was considering a mayoral run. 235 more words

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Kathy Powers reblogged this on KathyPowers1 and commented:

perplexedOld news about the "greedy" CTU doing a better job supporting public education and doing a better job than the school board. As CPS closed schools, investment in privatized charter schools flourished!

What to do with a day off

So, it is a New Year and with that I have more opportunities to shine. Besides catching up on the business end of things this weekend, I am also reaching out to help others by answering questions that they have about caregiving and looking into future opportunities. 245 more words

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Illinois union members rally for progress in new contract

Hundreds of union members in Illinois chant in unison, hoping to see a step toward a new contract.

“The last contract, there seemed to be some headway and there were always little steps. 369 more words

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This Week in History: 11/29/15

Dave Plier and Dave Schwan talk ‘This Week in History’ including Illinois becoming the 21st state, the legendary Paul Harvey begins his first national broadcast, Rosa Parks is arrested for refusing to move to the back of the bus, Our Lady of the Angels School in Chicago burns, The Cubs release Ernie Banks as a player and sign him as a coach, Harold Washington passes away in 1987 and more. 18 more words

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