The following organizations received contracts to expand or open schools for dropouts:
Ada S. McKinley Community Services, Aspira Inc., Association House, Austin Career Education Center, Blue Gargoyle Inc., Catholic Charities/Garfield Alternative High School, Community Youth Development Institute, Community Services West, Pedro Albizu Campos High School, Greater West Town Community Development Project/West Town Academy, Howard Area Community Center, Hull House Association/Parkway Community House, Instituto del Progresso Latino.
Jane Addams Resource Corp., Jobs for Youth, Lake View Academy, Latino Youth Inc., Mexican Community Committee, Prologue Alternative High School, Spanish Coalition for Jobs, St. Augustine Alternative High School, Sullivan House, Westside Holistic Family Service, YMCA Training Alliance, Challenge Program, Chicago Vocational Alternative High School, Phillips Alternative High School, Tesla Alternative High School, and Kennedy-King, Olive-Harvey and Truman colleges/City Colleges of Chicago.
These organizations received contracts to serve disruptive youth:
Ada S. McKinley Community Services, Aunt Martha’s Youth Services, Career Works Inc., Catholic Charities/Garfield Alternative High School, Hamilton Life Institute, Joseph Academy, Lawrence Hall Youth Services, South Central Community Services, St. Joseph’s Carondelet Child Center, Sullivan House, Nancy Jefferson Alternative High School, Chicago Vocational Alternative High School.