Chicago Parents Launch Hunger-Strike for Community Input in School’s Future

TheRealNews.com interviewed Pauline Lipman, former GCI research scholar and professor of educational policy studies, on the hunger strike being staged by supporters of the closed Dyett High School who want the Board of Education to reopen it as a green-technology high school. Lipman said the city has been disinvesting in neighborhood schools in black and Latino neighborhoods while investing in charter schools.

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