The Chicago Tribune, 9 September 2009
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9 septembre 2009
Noreen S. Ahmed-Ullah and Antonio Olivo
"Upset that their school district didn't televise President Barack Obama's back-to-school speech Tuesday, a group of 40 parents and students organized a private showing of the broadcast at a golf course clubhouse in Wheaton.
""I thought it was a pretty effective message, pretty relatable and pretty benign," said Ken Notter, 16, a junior at Wheaton-Warrenville South High School who attended and invited fellow students through Facebook. "I don't see how it was threatening in any way."
"Miles away at Paderewski Elementary Learning Academy in Chicago, a technical glitch prevented a live broadcast, so Principal JoAnn Roberts improvised and had the students read the speech out loud."