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Schurz is the first CPS school certified to harvest lab-grown food and serve it in the cafeteria.

Downtown »

The Chicago Teachers Union mulled what its announced "day of action" that day would actually involve.

Downtown »

The union asked "all concerned Chicago citizens" to "withhold your labor" and boycott classes April 1.

Downtown »

The union said it wouldn't strike over furlough days, while CPS said it wouldn't cut pension payments.

Pilsen »

Chicago Public Schools' Forrest Claypool was furious Wednesday about the charter commission's decision.

Bronzeville »

Amandla Charter High School was among three schools to get a reprieve from a state panel.

Downtown »

The teachers' union threatened a strike if a 7 percent pension pickup is dropped; CPS said it's coming.

The Loop »

The CPS CEO called the layoffs "unfortunate for our principals, teachers and most of all our students."

Old Town »

Northside and Jones college preps, however, weren't far behind, according to the latest CPS numbers.

Downtown »

Acceptances for the top Chicago Public high schools should arrive in mailboxes soon.

The Loop »

CPS Chief Executive Officer Forrest Claypool said Gov. Bruce Rauner is preserving the status quo.

Lincoln Square »

CPS has schools on increased safety alert, but parents say walk-ins are a show of support, not protest.

Bridgeport »

The cuts announced Tuesday were $20 million more than CPS Forrest Claypool had originally proposed .

Downtown »

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

The Loop »

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