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Chicago's Most Memorable Stories Of 2016
7 CPS Students Got Sick At School In South Shore Friday
CPS Employee Improperly Gave Students' Mailing Addresses To Charter Network
CPS Cancels Haunted House That Would Have Depicted Pulse Nightclub Shooting
Chicago Public Schools & Teachers Union Reached A Tentative, 11th-Hour Agreement
Updated: Literal 11th-Hour Deal Averts CPS Strike For Now
Chicago Teachers Have Chosen A Strike Date. Will It Actually Happen?
Activist Sues Chicago Public Schools For Records Of Troy LaRaviere's Ouster
Chicago Board Of Education Approves Its $5.4 Billion Budget
War Of Words Heats Up Between Chicago Public Schools And Teachers Union
CPS's New Budget Proposal Makes $230 Million In Cuts
Rahm Says Rauner Uses 'The Donald Trump Playbook' As CPS Funding Tensions Build
Without State Funding, CPS May Not Open In The Fall
Chicago Public Schools Faces Devastating Cuts Next Year
Chicago's Rich Kids Live In An 'Affluence Bubble,' Report Says
Friday's 'Day Of Action' Is About Much More Than A Teaching Contract Fight
"We're Dying The Death Of A Thousand Cuts," Says CTU Ahead Of April 1 Walkout
Chicago Public Schools Is Suing Barbara Byrd-Bennett For $65 Million
CPS Will Force Employees To Take Furlough Days; Teachers Union Says It Will Strike
Illinois House Overwhelmingly Passes Legislation For Elected School Board In Chicago
Chicago Public School Teachers Could Strike Next Month, Union Says
Chicago Public Schools Announces Latest Layoffs And Cuts
Photos: CPS Students Rally In The Loop To Decry Imminent Budget Cuts
Computer Science Will Soon Be A Chicago Public Schools Graduation Requirement