CHICAGO — Here's a school-by-school breakdown of the $31 million in midyear cuts announced by Chicago Public Schools Friday.
Originally, Chicago Public Schools officials said they would slash $46 million from school budgets, but in response to criticism that it disproportionately hurt Latino and black students, the district scaled back the cuts.
The following table shows the revised cuts under the heading "adjusted Midyear Cuts as of Feb. 23."
The schools that had some money restored are in blue.