Chicago schools have 'new eyes and ears on the street'
from Chicago Sun-Times
Wearing neon yellow vests and packing cell phones, more than a dozen "community watchers" will line the busiest street leading to Corliss High School for a mile as a new Safe Passage program sweeps across the Chicago's public high schools. These new "eyes and ears on the street" already have made some kids feel safer at Corliss, a year-round school that launched its Safe Passage program in early August when its classes began.
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