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Question 17 is false.
CPS is not experiencing a money shortfall.
Only 31% think CPS has gotten better after over 10 years of Professional Education Reform.
75% believe the CTU should be involved with improving schools and teachers.
In schools where few kids are doing better on tests 37.4% say provide more resources. Only 6.4% say close the school.
Teachers and parents are partners. If a student isn’t doing well, 84% say it is wrong to blame the teacher.
MEanwhile, what are reformers running CPS doing today?
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