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Ten Years of Mayoral Control: How Far Have We Come?

Ten years ago, Mayor Richard M. Daley took the helm of an ailing Chicago school system. In this special issue, Catalyst Chicago takes an in-depth look at how a decade of mayoral reform has impacted the city's students and schools by documenting the experiences of three public school students. Catalyst editors also talked with the Mayor himself to get his views on the progress and setbacks of the past ten years, and his vision for the future.

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