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EXCLUSIVE: The official announcement is expected Wednesday. And Brown School will be made a STEM school.

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The schools included Darwin, Deneen, Disney II, Funston, Goudy, Penn, Smyth and Solomon.

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Mayor Rahm Emanuel called the agreement "fair to taxpayers, to students and to teachers."

Downtown »

After a terrible 2015, Mayor Rahm Emanuel hasn't managed to turn things around yet.

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An expansion could be funded through the city's new density bonus program, Ald. Burnett said. 

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Thirty-four Chicago Public Schools have now tested positive for lead in their water.

Washington Park »

So far eight south lakefront schools have been tested, with two showing high levels of lead.

Englewood »

The new schools that tested positive for lead were Chappell, Durkin Park, Gunsaulus and Wentworth.

Norwood Park »

Renee Blahuta told parents she accepted a position at the Kellogg Foundation, an education philanthropy.

Downtown »

Students forced doors to be closed at the Thompson Center and marched near City Hall.

Roseland »

CPS Chief Education Officer Janice Jackson admitted the district was at a "competitive disadvantage."

Logan Square »

Chicago Public Schools will help more students become bilingual in English and Spanish.

The Loop »

CPS CEO Forrest Claypool lashed back that he was "shocked" the union was "surrendering to Gov. Rauner."

South Loop »

The mayor is outlining a plan for a new 1,200-student school in the rapidly growing neighborhood. 

The Loop »

Claypool said the testing was being expanded to all schools out of an "abundance of caution."