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Lincoln Square »

Dan Jorndt, a 1959 Amundsen alum, and his wife Pat have given millions to the Lincoln Square school.

Downtown »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced Friday that the school year will finish as normal on June 20.

Englewood »

School will end 20 days early unless more money is found, Chicago Public Schools officials said.

Bucktown »

Majority-Latino schools had been slammed twice as hard as majority-white schools by cuts, report found.

Downtown »

In some classrooms, as many as a third of the students have been absent from school due to fears.

Old Town »

A merger between the two schools could occur by the 2018-19 school year.

Wrigleyville »

CPS officials cut $46M from schools across the city as they scrambled to help fill a $215M budget hole.

Norwood Park »

Dirksen Elementary School and Taft High School were among the schools hit hardest.

Lincoln Park »

LaSalle Language Academy took the biggest hit north of North Avenue — 1.34 percent of its budget.

Albany Park »

Here's a school-by-school breakdown of the midyear cuts announced Monday.

Wrigleyville »

Another $5 million set aside for training and $18 million earmarked for charters will also be frozen.

Downtown »

More cuts could be on the way after Gov. Bruce Rauner vetoed $215 million CPS had been counting on.

Edgewater »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel said the schools CEO has his "complete confidence" despite the union vote.

Albany Park »

Gov. Bruce Rauner signed the measure Monday morning.

Downtown »

A look back on the year in Chicago politics: from police overhauls to yet another indicted alderman.