So many cultures rely on oral traditions and storytelling comes naturally. It's a way for us to preserve our histories, to pass on behavior expectations, to educate and reduce stigmas, and how to feel united.
This is a great story from Chalkbeat on Podcasts to storytell at Hancock High School.
Attached is a motion from an Ogden LSC member voluntarily removing herself off the Michael Beyer vs. CPS lawsuit.
“Voluntarily” is the key word here. I don’t think it was “voluntarily” for her to resign.
The community wanted to know, what did administration think of the Ogden Jenner merger and how it would work? So we looked through emails released by CPS' Freedom of Information Act office.
This is part of Michael Beyer's conversation with some parents about the potential name change from Ogden to Ogden-Jenner.
This is what Ogden Administration and some parent volunteers thought about the Ogden-Jenner name change >>>
Many parents and community members have been working tirelessly to create an environment that is culturally responsive, inclusive and equitable within Chicago Public Schools. Some of the work will be highlighted in these posts, which we'll add based on work that is ongoing in one particular community and has since expanded.
Welcome to the conversation as we expand to more advocacy in Chicago Public Schools!
A group of parents and advocates writing about CPS.
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