Next year I would encourage more conservatives to attend this event. It is important to get the message out of limited government with less taxes, less spending, and less borrowing. This will create more freedom, liberty, and opportunity for all. I welcome the debate, even if I have to stand on a soapbox.
Tagged: chicago public schools
This Saturday Heartland’s own Bruno Behrend will be debating Chicago Public School Principal Troy LaRaviere at the Bughouse Square Debate. This will be the featured debate on the topic “Public[…]
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[First posted at Ricochet] The recently ended teachers’ strike in Chicago is the perfect encapsulation of a clash between the old guard and the new in the Democratic Party. On one side,[…]
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Let’s be honest, if politically incorrect. In the 1960s, most high-achieving female college graduates became teachers, largely because they had few other career choices. By 2000, almost none of them[…]
With remarkably poor timing, Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) teachers went on strike again today, roughly one week after Chicago’s public school students had returned to school and nearly three weeks[…]