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Board President Frank Clark said CPS could amend its budget in January if the money doesn't materialize.

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Support is needed through this "difficult time," CPS CEO Forrest Claypool wrote in a note to educators.

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But CPS head Forrest Claypool warned that the district is "not out of the woods yet."

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 Claypool has "earned the contempt" of parents and teachers, CTU Vice President Jesse Sharkey said.

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"We want no cuts to our pay and benefits," CTU President Karen Lewis said.

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This school year, hundreds of schools improved their ratings, officials said.

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The Chicago Teachers Union has to give 10 days' notice before staging a walkout.

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The protesters joined CPS CEO Forrest Claypool on the first day of classes Tuesday.

Archer Heights »

The $22 million addition addressed overcrowding at one of 12 dual-language Chicago Public Schools.

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The additions bring 14 classrooms, a science lab and music room, plus other upgrades, to the school.

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"Most principals have been through this before," said Chicago Public Schools CEO Forrest Claypool.

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"We have a very generous proposal on the table," CPS CEO Forrest Claypool said.

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Routes will be added to two more schools, bringing the total number to 142, officials said.

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The district announced a 73.5 percent graduation rate, up 16 points from five years ago, officials said.