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CPS teacher Erika Wozniak urged DePaul to "step up and give back to the deserving students of Chicago."

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Critics complained that Mayor Rahm Emanuel's 2017 budget proposal was light on funding specifics.

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Plans for a high school that was once to be named after President Barack Obama have been stalled.

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"We want no cuts to our pay and benefits," CTU President Karen Lewis said.

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Ald. Harry Osterman said the city's on edge as a Tuesday strike deadline approaches.

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Alderman and the CTU said the Emanuel administration is talking directly with teachers union officials.

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Parents who had to go pick up kids left chanting, "We want a vote. Keep our schools afloat."

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Ald. George Cardenas called for making students a priority, but others defended their TIF funds.

Uptown »

Keeping Uptown activists from chamber stifled criticism of a Clarendon Avenue project, lawsuit says.

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

Irving Park »

Residents made it clear at Monday's town hall that they're not happy with the mayor's proposed budget.

Bronzeville »

It is also expected to serve as a field house for the Bronzeville neighborhood.

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Cook County Clerk David Orr pointed out the Board of Education increased its tax levy by $86 million.

Ravenswood »

Ald. Pat O'Connor said the gym and facilities are "falling apart" and "haven't been repaired in ages."

Downtown »

"There's a difference between a doer and a talker," city Clerk Susan Mendoza said.