City Colleges of Chicago Chancellor Cheryl Hyman is overhauling her schools, ensuring students learn skills that lead directly to jobs.
Vice Chancellor Willa Lang is charged with figuring how that's done exactly and recently called a meeting with about a dozen transportation industry managers at Olive-Harvey College, an '80s-era campus on the Far South Side ringed by highway ramps and railroad tracks.
Three years from now, City Colleges is scheduled to open a transportation, distribution and logistics training center at Olive-Harvey. And Lang and other administrators wanted to know, if the executives were in charge, what would they put inside it? What skills would they teach? Full articel Chicago Tribune