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Catalyst Chicago

Join us on October 27 at the House of Blues for the concluding event in our 25th anniversary year: a celebration of our work and a salute to founder Linda Lenz as she retires. It will be an evening of music, memories and fun that also supports independent, in-depth reporting on Chicago schools.

The Chicago Reporter
The Chicago Reporter

Who's doing business in the neighborhood? Like many black communities, Woodlawn has economic opportunities but few investors.

Catalyst Chicago
Catalyst Chicago

Catalyst founder Linda Lenz began covering Chicago schools in 1978 as a reporter for the Chicago Sun-Times. She left in 1989 to create this issues-oriented publication. Here she puts key developments in perspective and talks about what's changed in the past 25 years.

Community Renewal Society

Community Renewal Society (CRS) hosted its 133rd Annual Membership Assembly on Saturday, October 3, 2015. During this time, CRS’ member congregations voted on the 2015-2016 Platform for Renewal, elected board members, and recognized individuals and a congregation that have made exceptional contributions to our work over the last year. 

The 2015-2016 Platform for Renewal

Critical Conversations
Catalyst Chicago

Take a look at the highlights of Catalyst Chicago's Critical Conversations: Attracting and Keeping Good Teachers and follow links to additional resources including the premier of a WTTW video sharing student voices on teaching.

Community Renewal Society

West Siders Demand Community Benefits Agreement For New Medical District Development

Community Renewal Society

Demand that our elected officials fight for good jobs and housing for Westside residents. The Westside Community Benefits Coalition is calling for a Community Benefits Agreement with the developers of the Gateway Development Project and Cook County Hospital Redevelopment in the Illinois Medical District.

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