What Goes Up but Also Comes Down - and Sideways (sort of, maybe)?

When it finally came time for Chicago to announce another round of school closings, Chief Executive Officer Arne Duncan was in a quandary. How could he claim that he had to close more public schools? Duncan’s office — and his master’s office up the street at City Hall — had been claiming the need for closing public schools (usually to privatize them and flip their buildings into the hands of charter schools) since 2002, when the pre-”Renaissance” renaissance closed Dodge, Terrell and Williams elementary schools.

Less to this than Meets the Eye, but to the Nose it's Anything but Roses

The Substance editors had every intention of publishing both the elementary and high school test scores for Chicago in this issue. Until we saw the lists.

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