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The Loop »

Alfonso de Hoyos y Acosta said failing fountains are "decommissioned" with "various remediation plans."

The Loop »

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

Pullman »

Touting CPS' academic gains, Mayor Emanuel said Gov. Rauner should "embrace the children" of Chicago.

The Loop »

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

The Loop »

"Clout much?" CTU protester yells, regarding governor's efforts to get his daughter into Payton in 2008.

Lincoln Square »

Amundsen's LSC on Thursday approved the school's budget, which includes a reserve for mid-year cuts.

Downtown »

An email sent to philanthropists in 2011 was turned over to the  Tribune  by Mayor Rahm Emanuel's office.

Norwood Park »

Water in at least 77 schools throughout the city has tested positive for lead, officials said. 

Downtown »

Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa's bid to reinstate the corporate head tax was instantly derailed.

Morgan Park »

Principal Sean McNichols said Tuesday the school won't lose any staff in the latest round of cuts.

Edgebrook »

Nearly half of all Far Northwest Side schools are overcrowded, according to CPS data.

Downtown »

But the school still hasn't approved its budget, citing "smoke and mirrors" games from CPS. 

Pilsen »

A uniform update and other cultural changes have some calling the new Orozco principal "a dictator." 

Lincoln Square »

A public forum on school funding tried to sort out the budget confusion.