Former CPS Boss Concerned About “Stable Leadership” Amid Federal Probe A major player in Chicago school reform was expressing serious concerns about the uncertainty swirling around the Chicago Public Schools, as chief executive officer Barbara Byrd-Bennett faces a federal probe into a controversial no-bid contract. Chicago Public Schools CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett To Step Aside Filling the void with be Jesse Ruiz, a member of the school board.
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2 Investigators: County Rapped After Using Public Resources For Private Agency’s Move The Cook County Independent Inspector General calls it a clear ethics violation. CBS 2's Dave Savini reports. Don’t Forget Abuse Victims, Cardinal George Critic Says Grief at the passing of Chicago’s Francis Cardinal George should not completely overshadow sex abuse that occurred on his watch as archbishop, a frequent adversary said Friday.
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