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Economic tier scheme for CPS selective enrollment schools: go back to the drawing board

 11/16/2009 - 11:53
Economic tier scheme for CPS selective enrollment schools: go back to the drawing board

Looking back on it, I just don’t know how I made it in.

Growing up at Addison and Lincoln there was no question where I wanted to go to high school: the gorgeous, ivy-covered walls of Albert G. Lane Technical High School up the street at Addison and Western.

The place where, every time I mentioned it, older folks would say "that place, yeah, my brother went there…before they let girls in."

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Esther Cepeda

The fight among book worms

 09/04/2009 - 13:18
The fight among book worms

A big battle is brewing in of all places the library. It all started
when Google, the Internet search engine and media giant, began scanning
millions of books without permission. That led the Authors Guild and
the Association of American Publishers to file a class-action suit. Now
a $125 million settlement might be in the offing that could lead to a
book registry for author and publisher rights and royalties and a huge
online archive of millions of books.

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