For the last few weeks, Mayor Emanuel has been promising parents and students at schools he’s closing that they’ll have everything from new air conditioners to new computers in the schools he’s sending them to.
Not that any parent would doubt the mayor and his education team, but if you’re one of the many parents who’s doubting the mayor and his education team, you may want to consider the case of the eight teachers at Lincoln Park High School.
They too had a promise from the Chicago Public Schools—in this case, that if they followed a designated process and met a designated standard, they would have jobs next year, even as the mayor changed their school’s curriculum.
And now, poof! They don’t have those jobs, since CPS has sent them what’s become known as letters of rescinding. It’s the latest sign that what CPS giveth today, it can taketh tomorrow. And if you don’t like it, you can go teach in Detroit.
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Xmas 2012 in KC.
one of them has like 20 muscle native americans with no shirts on eating muffins while starring at her?
ok, like 4.
and the muffins are HUGE.
let me recount what i saw…
shirtless native american kids, all muscles, standing in a field.
2 of them turn into HUGE wolves and start fighting
what’s not to like?
then 2 other whisk the expressionless girl off to their house in a pick up.
they arrive at this screened in porch.
2 or 3 more shirtless hairless native americans arrive
then a woman comes from the kitchen with a plate of HUGE muffins.
the tops are like 8 inches across
they stand easily 6 inches high
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