On Religion, The Media and Life as a 20-something in Chicago

CHICAGO — The 2004 boundary changes in Elgin School District U46 disproportionately impacted schools that were predominantly Hispanic, an expert witness testified Tuesday in the racial bias lawsuit against the school district. With that, plaintiffs’ attorneys Futterman Howard Ashley and Weltman finished calling live witnesses in the first phase of the lawsuit. That phase alleges the boundary changes discriminated against black and Hispanic students by assigning them to overcrowded schools. For the rest of the story, visit The Courier-News.

In Uncategorized on March 9, 2011 at 11:59 pm

U46 boundary policy added to overcrowding at Hispanic schools, expert says at trial (Sun-Times Media)

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