Progressive aldermen are demanding hearings over Chicago Public Schools’ special education practices, seizing on a long-held complaint about their lack of oversight of the city’s education board, and their position as the first stop for parents who want answers. The Civilian Office of Police Accountability released its first report since its launch in September, a day before the three year anniversary of the agency’s catalyst: Laquan McDonald’s death.

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