Posted April 21, 2017 10:11 am by Comments (2)

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The Illinois State Board of Education released data last year that showed almost one in four CPS teachers missed 10 or more days of school a year—most of those teachers serving low-income areas of the city.

Comment: How dare CPS for questioning time spent on their political work.

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bob oriole park

In the private sector you’d be fired long before you missed that many days.

Crabcakes

the article states that the CPS office of compliance budget has gone from $900K to $4.4M a year?, but gives no $ figure on the astronomical amount of $ spent on substitute teachers, sick days, FMLA days, etc,,, or if those expenditures are on the up-rise? Just hire more/ pay more. Efficient use of $ is never the issue. All city depts are the same. meanwhile, like most, at my chumbalone job I get 3 week paid– combined sick day/ vacation days a year–which blows.

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