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The district is partnering with Equal Opportunity Schools to push more students into rigorous classes.

Wicker Park »

CPS said it saw lower attendance because of several reasons, including Cubs playoffs games last year.

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Schools that lost more students than officials expected will not see their budgets cut.

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Responding to a report, CPS officials say the law limits the focus on racial diversity at these schools.

Lincoln Park »

Chicago students will no longer treated as "second-class citizens," Mayor Rahm Emanuel said.

Dunning »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel touted the scores on Tuesday at Canty Elementary School in Dunning.

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Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced the new test score numbers at Mary Lyon Public School on Thursday.

South Loop »

National Teachers Academy would be converted to a high school under the plan, irking academy parents.

Edgewater »

The tougher requirements are expected to be approved Wednesday by the Board of Education.

Old Town »

Though principals supported the merger, parents voiced their concerns at multiple meetings.

Beverly »

Chicago schools are in the midst of a massive budget crisis, and the union blames CEO Forrest Claypool.

South Loop »

The school under construction at 1601 S. Dearborn St. also is expanding its attendance boundaries. 

Near West Side »

CPS would be the first school district to require students to have a plan in order to graduate.

Hyde Park »

The initiative expands a program that provides scholarships to kids of police officers and firefighters.

Downtown »

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