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The Ed Show
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is praising his city’s charter schools, but one school’s policy of fining students for offenses like slouching or chewing gum has people asking questions. Ed Schultz talks to Donna Moore, a parent of a Nobel Street Charter School student, and Judith Browne-Dianis, co-director of Advancement Project, about the policy and its effects on students.Feb.28.2012