FROM LOYOLA
Pamela Caughie

Teaching For Social Justice

For me, social justice isn’t a concept, something we teach; it’s a practice, something we do. When a student like […]

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STUDENT VOICES
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Voices of change

See the enclosed article in Loyola Magazine about student activism including in the expert commentary by Professor Kelly Moore.

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IN CHICAGO
Galapagos Charter School, serving about 236 children, becomes the first in Chicago to fall victim to a budget impasse in Springfield. | File photo
First Chicago charter school closes, citing state budget impasse

The charter school serving about 236 children, 97 percent of them poor, becomes the first in Chicago to fall victim […]

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Here Are All Of Chicago Public Schools’ Lead Test Results

Chicago Public Schools has tested 58 schools and more than a dozen have shown elevated lead levels in their water. […]

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AND BEYOND
Lisa Wade, PhD on June 8, 2016
Rejecting Homogeneity, Not Reducing Bias, Will End Residential Segregation

The quality of schools, water systems, levee systems, and even the air itself varies by neighborhood. And a large and robust […]

A boy looks on behind a net at the refugee camp of Schisto in Athens on June 8.
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Refugees, Displaced People Surpass 60 Million For First Time, UNHCR Say

The level of forced displacement worldwide is “unprecedented since the founding of the UN itself,” High Commissioner Filippo Grandi said […]

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