“Denise Dyer, a member of the Englewood CAC and a partner with Community Organizing and Family Issues, said she felt that parents and community members had a solid chance to make their voices heard leading up to the meeting. She doesn’t feel the same way about LSC meetings.
‘If the principal wants to go one way, most of the time, the CPS staff on the LSC is going to vote whatever way the principal wants to vote,’ Dyer said. ‘And how’s the principal gonna vote? Whatever CPS is pushing.’”
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