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3 years ago

James Conley, a Northwestern University Clinical Professor of Technology in the Department of Managerial Economics & Decision Sciences was a guest on AM 560’s Chicago Morning Answer hosted by Dan Proft and Amy Jacobson today around 8:20 or so discussing his concern about the seminar.
He attended New Trier and has a child that attends New Trier.
Taped episodes of the show are made available online at https://soundcloud.com/chicagos-morning-answer.

3 years ago
Reply to  Mike

Begin at 3:14:00 to hear Professor Conley recap his conversation with Dr. Timothy Hayes, Assistant Superintendent for Student Services at the
Northfield Campus of New Trier, whom Profess Conley said was tasked with preparing the Racial Civil Rights Seminar.
Professor Conley wanted to understand what analysis was done to make sure that the content of the program was balanced.
Chicago Morning Answer’s Channel on YouTube.
February 21, 2017.

3 years ago
Reply to  Mike

Here is the recent pay history of Timothy S Hayes, all at New Trier, from Open the Books.
2015 – $177,470.
2014 – $172,300.
2013 – $156,800.
2012 – $150,800.
2011 – $145,000.
2010 – $145,000.
2009 – $130,600.
2008 – $125,000.
2007 – $109,900.
2006 – $105,000.
2005 – $86,221.
2004 – $78,682.
2003 – $73,232.
2002 – $68,587.
2001 – $63,779.
2000 – $57,763.

2016 – 2017 school year is about his 23rd year of being an educator in Illinois.
He taught out of state for one year.
He was an English teacher prior to moving into administration.

3 years ago
Reply to  Mark Glennon

Anyone including the Professor can submit a FOIA request to New Trier for documentation of analysis done to ensure content balance in the Racial Civil Rights Seminar.