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Lincoln Park »

Landmarks Illinois joined in cheering the converted schoolhouse.

South Loop »

A conversion would be good news to many South Loop parents, but not the ones losing their grade school.

Edgebrook »

Schools are $9 billion in debt, and the union blames CEO Forrest Claypool and Mayor Rahm Emanuel.

Edgewater »

The tougher requirements are expected to be approved Wednesday by the Board of Education.

Austin »

Schools will not see more cuts this year, and and no new taxes will be proposed, officials said.

Old Town »

It's about "getting these schools together and trying to make these connections," said Charlie Branda.

Bronzeville »

Schools will not see additional cuts this school year — and no new taxes will be proposed, sources said.

Belmont Cragin »

Ald. Mitts agreed to the expansion into an adjacent vacant building in March, but now opposes the move.

Beverly »

Chicago schools are in the midst of a massive budget crisis, and the union blames CEO Forrest Claypool.

Uptown »

Alexandra Holt served as Mayor Rahm Emanuel's only budget director.

The Loop »

Schools will stay open until June 20, despite CPS' massive shortfall, Mayor Rahm Emanuel said.

Logan Square »

Ald. Ramirez-Rosa said any further cuts to CPS could prompt students to walk out of class in protest.

Lincoln Square »

Dan Jorndt, a 1959 Amundsen alum, and his wife Pat have given millions to the Lincoln Square school.

Chinatown »

The mayor announced April 30 that students will be in school until June 20, as scheduled.

The Loop »

The governor fired back in an escalating fight with the mayor Friday from the basement of the building.