CHICAGO — The Chicago Public Schools released the initial 2017-18 budgets for its schools Monday.
The school-by-school numbers come after CPS officials announced that schools across the city would get about $200 more for each student than last year.
The $2.28 billion spending plan relies on $300 million that Gov. Bruce Rauner has vowed to veto — a move CPS officials say would be illegal.
Below is a breakdown of the budgets for each school. These numbers will be revised by CPS based on student enrollment and other factors in the coming months.