Monthly Archives: December 2013

LookBack: Local Juvenile Justice Reformer Awarded as “Gutsy Youth Advocate of the Year”

Reviewing the year, The Chicago Bureau, based at Northwestern University’s Medill School, didn’t have to look far for someone who stood out in the eyes of national groups for their work in the juvenile justice system. In our back yard, Evanston, and across the state and country, Elizabeth Clarke works as the head of the
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To Stop The Violence in Chicago, Change The Culture – Not Just Police Presence

The Chicago Bureau is proud to run a series of articles and commentary by students at four of Chicago’s public high schools, part of a system often criticized. These articles, written by students taking part in The OpEd Project’s Youth Narrating Our World – YNOW – mentorship program funded by McCormick Foundation, show an honest, reflective
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STEM Programs Offer Teens Close-Up Look at Difference-Making Career Opportunity and Research

The Chicago Bureau is proud to begin a series of articles and commentary by students at four of Chicago’s public high schools, part of a system often criticized. These articles, written by students taking part in The OpEd Project’s Youth Narrating Our World – YNOW – mentorship program funded by McCormick Foundation, show an honest, reflective
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