Abuse Found at Chicago Public Schools

CHICAGO

A CBS2 investigative news reporter has uncovered some unsettling allegations made against Chicago Public School (CPS) employees. According to the report, teachers, coaches and staff at CPS have beaten hundreds of students.

The CBS2 investigation alleges “at least 818 Chicago Public School students” have claimed being battered by a teacher, an aide, a coach, a security guard or even a principal since 2003.

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