CHICAGO –Dozens of parents and students from Lindblom High School want to attend tonight’s local school council meeting in West Englewood to demand that the school’s principal be reinstated.
In March, Abdul Muhammad was fired from his position as principal.
His supporters allege that staff members lied to CPS investigators while the agency looked into the matter.
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The school system reassigned Muhammad to work in the network office of a high school. It did not engage in any public discussion regarding the probe’s results.
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Students had been protesting the dismissal of a well-liked assistant principal for some months before his removal as principal.
The gathering for tonight will begin at six o’clock.
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