Parent explains why CPS's "underutilization" isn't the same as "half empty"

WBEZ on May 16, 2013 22:19

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    Seth Lavin, a teacher at Noble Street Charter School-Rauner College Prep who opposed the closing of his neighborhood school, Brentano, explains why saying schools are "half empty" isn't fair. Schools can be labeled "underutilized" but actually fully used.

    "Parent explains why CPS's "underutilization" isn't the same as "half empty"" by WBEZ is licensed under a Creative Commons License

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