Like many urban school districts, the CPS system - the most privatized and militarized school system in the country, with at least 10,000 mostly poor Black students attending military academies - has been bedeviled by "reform overload." [...] many "reforms" have limited results or fail altogether; leaving urban school "insiders" even more cynical and pessimistic, which then sets the stage for another round of failed "reforms."
So Much Reform, So Little Change: The Persistence of Failure in Urban Schools Shawgi Tell The Journal of Negro Education; Summer 2009; 78, 3; Docstoc pg. 360 Reproduced with per
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