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Chicago Public Schools said students and staff can use the name and pronouns that match their gender.

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Mayor Rahm Emanuel spoke as if a strike had been averted; the Chicago Teachers Union said not so fast.

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Students and parents from 14 Southwest Side schools have formed a group to fight for public schools.

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"Neither do I regret, nor apologize" for using the N-word in criticizing CPS, Ald. David Moore added.

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Graduation ceremonies for eighth-graders and high school seniors would proceed as scheduled.

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Mildred "Millie" Borrero will retire in June after 32 years at the Norwood Park school.

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CPS Chief Education Officer Janice Jackson also said she wouldn't comment on a disciplinary matter.

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Chicago Public Schools said it has no plans to end early, despite claims by the Chicago Teachers Union.

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Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa also weighed in on Troy LaRaviere in a Facebook post.

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Rauner's Press Office responded: "This kind of rhetoric has no place in American public discourse."

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"No teacher ever wants to go on strike," Lewis said Monday. "But this board leaves us no choice."

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"The countdown has started" for a teacher strike, union officials said Saturday.

The Loop »

Students are still expected to attend school until June 21, officials said — unless teachers strike.

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Rauner had yet to release his proposal when Claypool said it was "like Alice in Wonderland."

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Sophia King, appointed to serve as 4th Ward aldermen, said, "My record speaks for itself."