Broke on purpose: The price of 'reform' at CPS.
|Tim Cawley was Byrd-Bennett's and then Claypool's attack dog. He cut the Children and Family Benefits Unit which provided support for CPS's neediest students.|
Diane Fager, who launched the unit in 2005 and retired from CPS in 2014, tells Catalyst that she and others repeatedly told leaders that the unit brought in more money than it cost.
“People should know that this was not an accident. The reality is that without assistance from these kinds of programs, kids are going to school hungry so they cannot perform as well at school, and without health insurance they’re sick a lot Mike Klonsky's SmallTalk Blog: Broke on purpose: The price of 'reform' at CPS.: