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Edison Park »

Ald. Anthony Napolitano (41st) said he was "extremely upset."

Gladstone Park »

Two town hall meetings will take place at 7 p.m. Tuesday to answer questions about the CPS budget.

Roscoe Village »

If CPS follows through with 39 percent cuts, Lane could lose 50 faculty and staff, principal says.

Downtown »

The Downtown school has told parents its water is safe amid district-wide lead tests. 

Mt. Greenwood »

Students from the Ag School and Morgan Park High School will head to the state capitol Thursday.

The Loop »

Claypool said the testing was being expanded to all schools out of an "abundance of caution."

Lakeview »

Principals will demonstrate how drastic the cuts will be at a forum Monday.

Norwood Park »

Twelve Far Northwest Side public schools will host a town hall at 7 p.m. Tuesday about the CPS budget.

Edison Park »

"There would be no way we could operate under this budget," one principal said.

Mt. Greenwood »

Ten public schools from within the 19th Ward will gather at 6 p.m. Wednesday to voice concerns.

Mt. Greenwood »

Principal William Hook was told Tuesday to prepare for a drastically reduced budget next year.

Mt. Greenwood »

The Mount Greenwood Residents Association wants the school to grow more produce rather than hay.

Lakeview »

"Corruption breeds incompetence," LaRaviere said, accusing Mayor Rahm Emanuel of fiscal mismanagement.

Englewood »

More winners came from Chicago Public Schools than any other district in the nation.