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Union leaders had called the cuts a negotiating tactic, but CPS officials say they have no options left.

Downtown »

Ald. Carrie Austin threw it to the Finance Committee and tried to ignore calls for a vote on it.

Lakeview »

Principals will learn how $100 million in district cuts will affect their schools Tuesday afternoon.

The Loop »

"Teachers around the city are united right now," said Chicago Teachers Union VP Jesse Sharkey.

Downtown »

The letter said that the rejected contract "raised teachers’ pay [and] prevented teacher layoffs."

Lakeview »

That's not even the coolest thing senior Damian Medina has done this year.

Near West Side »

Businesswoman Christy Webber is among those who will pitch plans to repurpose the vacant CPS building. 

The Loop »

Chicago Teachers Union leader Jesse Sharkey said Gov. Rauner "knows nothing about real education."

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.

River North »

President Karen Lewis dared CPS to impose layoffs, saying upped class sizes would cause a public outcry.

Portage Park »

Efforts to sell or donate the books, some never used, were unsuccessful, principal says.

Downtown »

Union negotiators are mulling over a proposal CPS CEO Forrest Claypool called a "true compromise."

Downtown »

CPS is cracking down on students who list fake addresses to get spots at selective enrollment schools. 

Albany Park »

Staff and parents are marshaling support for Edison's principal in advance of Monday's LSC meeting.