Juan Jose Gonzalez

Stand for Children Illinois

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Chicago Director of Stand for Children Illinois, which advocates for education reform

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The Chicago school strike is a struggle between education reformers and unionized teachers. Now in its third day, the issues will look familiar in other cities, including Los Angeles.

Chicago Teachers' Strike

The Chicago school strike is a struggle between education reformers and unionized teachers. Now in its third day, the issues will look familiar in other cities, including Los Angeles.

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The Chicago school strike is into its third day, a struggle between education reformers and unionized teachers.  The issues will look familiar in other cities around the country.

Chicago School Strike

The Chicago school strike is into its third day, a struggle between education reformers and unionized teachers.  The issues will look familiar in other cities around the country.

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