Last year the number of murders in Chicago declined by 5 percent, but
more teenagers were killed. This happened at the same time Chicago
Public Schools was implementing a
$50 million two-year project designed to help keep its students safe
outside of school.

Last year the number of murders in Chicago declined by 5 percent, but
more teenagers were killed. This happened at the same time Chicago
Public Schools was implementing a
$50 million two-year project designed to help keep its students safe
outside of school. Read the story in In Focus.

 

Sarah Karp

Sarah is the deputy editor of Catalyst Chicago.

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