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Mayor Rahm Emanuel defends property tax hike as "what's right."

Pilsen »

"We have a generous raise on the table," said CPS CEO Forrest Claypool, who expects to reach a deal.

The Loop »

Chicago Public Schools also announced three schools paid for their own testing.

River North »

Chicago Teachers Union spokeswoman Stephanie Gadlin accused CPS of lying and ignoring new revenue ideas.

The Loop »

The latest budget is based on a contract deal the Chicago Teachers Union rejected in January.

The Loop »

Only one of the 324 schools to be tested still awaits results, but 112 failed initial lead tests.

The Loop »

Protesters at the Board of Education backed three aldermanic proposals to raise a total of $400 million.

The Loop »

Onahan had four fountains fail, but CPS said the water may have been turned off before testing.

The Loop »

The district said it had tested all 324 schools built before new lead standards took effect in 1986.

Norwood Park »

This year's budget for Taft is $500,000 less than last year, Principal Mark Grishaber said.

Grand Boulevard »

CPS CEO Forrest Claypool said state money helped keep per-pupil funding steady for next year.

The Loop »

The schools included Darwin, Deneen, Disney II, Funston, Goudy, Penn, Smyth and Solomon.

Englewood »

The new schools that tested positive for lead were Chappell, Durkin Park, Gunsaulus and Wentworth.

Lakeview »

Hundreds of more schools still need to be tested for lead.

Lincoln Square »

Lincoln Square homeowners discovered a letter from the Board of Ed declaring a similar crisis in 1929.