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Chicago Paper Reinforces Depleted Education Team

Bucking the nationwide trend, the Chicago Tribune bought out three of the paper's four education reporters -- and then promptly shifted folks over from other beats to help the cause. Carlos Sadovi has been the courts reporter, which will give him an interesting perspective. He's also a Spanish-speaker. Johnathon Briggs has spent three three years on the Urban Affairs team. Congrats and condolences, per usual. The two are already being raked over the coals at my other blog, District299.com.
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