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CPS budget cuts

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Portage Park »

But schools still are underfunded, the Chicago Teachers Union and several local groups said Thursday. 

Edgewater »

Schools that lost more students than officials expected will not see their budgets cut.

Midway »

Sauganash Elementary School was the only school to record perfect attendance, CPS officials said.

Edison Park »

Gov. Bruce Rauner hailed the measure as a compromise that will fund Illinois' schools fairly.

Brighton Park »

"We are here to fix what people left behind because they passed the buck,” Mayor Rahm Emanuel said.

Uptown »

Chicagoans could see their taxes jump by $125 million under the measure set to be signed into law.

Wrigleyville »

Two City Council groups criticized the voucherlike program, as did state Rep. Will Guzzardi.

Lincoln Park »

Chicago students will no longer treated as "second-class citizens," Mayor Rahm Emanuel said.

Dunning »

The Illinois House is scheduled to consider overriding Gov. Rauner's veto Wednesday.

Near West Side »

The proposed Chicago Public Schools budget relies on $569 million the district does not have.

Belmont Cragin »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced the new test score numbers at Mary Lyon Public School on Thursday.

West Loop »

The governor called funding an unfair bailout for city's mismanaged schools.

Lincoln Park »

Gov. Bruce Rauner called a special session for lawmakers starting Wednesday.

Lincoln Square »

Officials expect enrollment in Chicago Public Schools to drop by 8,000 students this year.

Back of the Yards »

The legislation that Gov. Bruce Rauner has vowed to veto would add $300 million to CPS' bottom line.