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CPS ousts principal for ‘indefensibly unprofessional and unsafe’ behavior

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Racist nicknames for staff members, chair throwing, questionable handling of a special education program, harsh treatment of parents and an alternate experience for Black families combined to create a toxic environment at a top-rated elementary school under the leadership of a principal who resigned late last week, according to new details uncovered by a Chicago Public Schools investigation. Nader Issa has the story…
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