CPS apologizes after sending email to parents with inappropriate link

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A typo that will make you blush: A link in an email from Chicago Public Schools leads to a website that’s not very kid friendly.

The email letter CPS sent to parents discussed  new standards and student testing levels.

There were two links at the bottom of the note, both are supposed to take you to more information on the “common core state standards” being used, but one of the links takes you to a website with much more exposure, let’s say.

It’s the difference one letter can make: Parents, take out the letter “L” in the first link and you’ll be fine.

CPS sent out a corrected letter, with an apology.

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  • zacherieshavell

    upto I saw the receipt which said $4476, I have faith that…my… father in law was like actualy earning money part-time on-line.. there best friend has done this for only twenty three months and resently paid the debts on their mini mansion and bought a top of the range Honda NSX. this is where I went………….. BIT40.ℂOℳ