The Chicago Public Education Fund


03.11.2016  |  ,

Q&A with Principal Terri Campos

Note from The Fund Team: Welcome to week three of our Q&A series! We’re excited to introduce you to Principal Terri Campos of Lozano Elementary. Learn about her path to…

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03.04.2016  |  , ,

Q&A with Principal Olimpia Bahena

Note from The Fund Team: It’s week two of our Q&A series! Principal Olimpia Bahena shares what inspired her to advocate for language programs at Talcott Elementary School and why she is a…

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02.26.2016  |  , ,

Q&A with Principal Angela Sims

Note from The Fund team: Guess what? We’re launching another new series today! We wanted to get to know more about the work great leaders do in our city, so…

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Collaborating for Equality

Equality. For Principal Chad Weiden of Edgebrook Elementary, this is the guiding force behind education in Chicago as well as the inspiration behind his path to principalship. “My love of…

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Day in the Life: Principal Michelle Willis

Note from The Fund team: Today, we’re launching a new type of post. Our Day in the Life series will show you how some of the city’s top principals spend their…

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“Borrowing” the Best Ideas

As a teacher, Heather Duncan Whitt works hard to create a classroom culture that works. She teaches preschool at South Shore Fine Arts Academy (SSFAA), where she has worked since…

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Principal Perspective: Karin Breo of CICS Irving Park

Note from The Fund team: This week, we’re bringing you our second principal perspective post. We can’t wait for you to meet another terrific school leader who also went through our…

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Principal Perspective: Dr. LeViis A. Haney of Lovett Elementary

Note from The Fund team: Happy Friday! Today, it is our immense pleasure to feature our first post written BY a Chicago Public Schools principal. We’re excited for you to…

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From Student-Centered to Student-Led

Mary Beth Cunat’s path to school leadership was far from traditional. “In my wildest dreams I never thought I would be a teacher,” she said. “But I took my first…

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