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Ravenswood »

Friends of Ravenswood School plans to bombard the mayor with calls Friday protesting recent budget cuts.

Downtown »

A Network Chief told a former Ogden parent he's focusing elsewhere after the school's big fundraiser.

Downtown »

The scholarships will provide reduced tuition for CPS grads who complete two years at City Colleges.

Downtown »

Ald. Will Burns has received campaign contributions from the Illinois Network of Charter Schools.

Ravenswood »

Ravenswood Elementary has already appealed the loss of five special ed staff members cut by CPS.

Downtown »

Administrators said they had to bump down historical graduation rates by a few percentage points.

Brighton Park »

"There has never been a more divisive educational issue," Kennedy H.S. Principal George Szkapiak said.

Lincoln Park »

Despite enrolling more students than expected, some schools stand to lose special education positions.

The Loop »

Neighborhood school boosters were vocally opposed to proposed KIPP and New Life charter schools.

Lakeview »

The principals said it was their push against the proposed cuts that led to the extended appeal time.

The Loop »

Ald. Scott Waguespack said special-ed students "need more assistance, not less."

Jefferson Park »

Approximately 70 special education positions would be cut to save $12 million, according to CPS.

Roscoe Village »

The new ball diamond—a public/private partnership—is the North Side's first IHSA regulation-size field.

Downtown »

The moratorium would apply to both Chicago Public Schools and the Illinois State Board of Education.

Downtown »

Ogden's LSC approved further pursuit of a consolidation with the Cabrini-Green school.