CHICAGO — Here is what each school in the Chicago Public Schools is budgeted to get for the upcoming school year.
Here are a list and a map breaking down enrollment at all schools. Both compare last year's 20th-day enrollment, as reported by CPS, and this year's 10th-day enrollment.
Across the city, public school enrollment dropped by 3.5 percent this year compared with last, according to information provided by the district.
That could mean layoffs for 300 teachers and support staff members.
During the last 10 years, enrollment has fallen 6.8 percent at public schools in Chicago, with half of that drop coming since September 2015, according to district enrollment data.
That means cuts at 306 schools throughout the city will total $30.7 million.
In all, Chicago schools have seen their budgets slashed by $170 million since September 2015, according to data released by the district.
However, schools where those cuts "would prevent them from offering critical academic programming" will get an additional $5.7 million, district officials said.
Because the district funds schools based on the number of students they have, 195 schools will gain $20 million, district officials said.
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