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CPS Budget Cuts 2015

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Norwood Park »

The latest set of cuts were announced by Chicago Public Schools officials a month after the last one.

Portage Park »

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

Ravenswood »

Ravenswood Elementary has already appealed the loss of five special ed staff members cut by CPS.

Near West Side »

A number of other Near West Side and Pilsen schools also face cuts to their special ed programs.

Irving Park »

"And just like Jay Cutler you guys have a lot of work to redeem your reputation," a CPS critic said.

Irving Park »

CPS budget hearing attendees said the district's opening itself up to a lawsuit over special ed funding.

Near West Side »

In a letter to parents, a CPS administrator admitted the new bell times were not properly communicated.

Roseland »

Of 23 public schools in the area, five will see increases to their budgets. The rest will face cuts.

Downtown »

Have you ever been so mad you needed to use an Xzibit meme to express yourself?

Near West Side »

The principal of the prestigious selective-enrollment high school wants to meet with top CPS leaders.

West Lawn »

Eight West Lawn and Ashburn schools will see funding gains, according to Chicago Public Schools.

Logan Square »

Of 11 Logan Square schools, only one will see a financial gain this year.

Lincoln Square »

District-wide, more than 400 schools were hit with a total of nearly $100 million in budget cuts.