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Five of the Top Education Stories in Chicago of 2013

Education is always key to nurturing a child. In 2013 in Chicago, labor turmoil and violence marked some of the year, but there was plenty that went unnoticed. Here, our editors pick five big stories on the education front in the city: 1. Op-Ed: Gentrification’s Impact on Neighborhood Schools’ Success 2. Education or Career? Rating the True Cost
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Five of the Top Juvenile Justice Stories of 2013

In the year of 2013, the juvenile justice landscape in Chicago and across the country has had its ups and downs. Here, The Chicago Bureau editors pick five of the most standout stories on juvenile justice published on our site during the year: 1. As Juvenile Justice Reforms Gain Traction, Kids Expected to Die in Prison
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About Our Section, 'Can You Hear Me Now?'

EDITOR’S NOTE: At The Chicago Bureau, we have been trying to piece together a decent and impactful youth welfare and juvenile justice news outlet built on the dedication of student journalists who are edited and advised by faculty and professionals. It has been an honor to work with such bright and talented students who have a
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