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PBS NEWSHOUR

Chicago Schools Back in Session, Reform Issues Remain

  • Aired: 09/19/2012
  • 11:38
  • Rating: E
Chicago students head back to class as Chicago Public Schools and teachers unions compromise on the issues that led to a seven-day strike. Jeffrey Brown talks to American Enterprise Institute's Michael McShane and Stanford University's Linda Darling-Hammond for more on the broader education reform issues involved.
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