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A recent approval from the Board of Education will allow a private school to fill the space.

Ravenswood »

The German International School of Chicago purchased Courtenay, one of 50 CPS schools closed in 2013.

Lincoln Park »

A "devastating fire" set developers back, but it should welcome its first tenants June 1.

Mt. Greenwood »

The 13,000-square-foot barn was approved Thursday for the school in Mount Greenwood.

The Loop »

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

Downtown »

A City Council committee voted to put a referendum on the ID card on the November ballot.

River North »

SEIU Healthcare Illinois and various college faculties committed to support the Chicago Teachers Union.

Auburn Gresham »

"It turned out to be pretty cool," said the man who worked to digitally restore the film.

River North »

The earliest teachers could walk out would be May 23, the Chicago Teachers Union said.

The Loop »

"We're gonna do our very best to avoid teacher layoffs," said CPS CEO Forrest Claypool.

Downtown »

CPS employees improperly used a card to get fridges, TVs and more tax-free, according to a report.

Uptown »

The former school building is the fifth former school building sold in the last three months.

West Loop »

Yet Mayor Rahm Emanuel defended the "goal" of principal training behind the $23 million deal she set up.

Downtown »

Ogden's Local School Council will vote Monday on the plan to combine the Near North Side campuses.

Downtown »

Half of the 12 Dyett High School hunger strikers came to City Hall on the 15th day of their protest.