By BEN JORAVSKY, Chicago Reader
There are no charters in the top ten schools in Chicago. None in the top 20, 30, or 40 either.
"The teachers' strike was barely over when a Tribune editorial hit the streets ripping unionized schools and lauding nonunion charters, starting with one run by UNO, a Mayor Emanuel favorite.
"Fuentes isn't a traditional Chicago public school, but part of the United Neighborhood Organization network of charter schools, run under different rules without union teachers," the editorial reads.
Students there "outperform students in traditional Chicago public schools.""
Via Margaret Reeve Panahi