Two laptop computers containing the names and Social Security numbers of about 40,000 current and former employees of the Chicago Public Schools were stolen from district headquarters April 6.



While school district officials promised tighter security, Chicago Teachers Union President Marilyn Stewart said she's "furious" about the breach that left employees vulnerable to identity theft.



"I'm furious, I'm outraged, and I'm disgusted," Stewart said in a statement. "My members are once again victims of a lapse of...

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