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Education

Chicago Park District day camp numbers up

Barack Obama’s great-uncle dies at 89; Charles Payne was WWII vet, U. of C. library official

Google, Staples donate $384k for CPS school supplies

In the wake of Chicago Public Schools’ recent struggles balancing its 2015 budget, Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Thursday announced major donations from Google and Staples, Inc. to provide teachers with school supplies for the upcoming school year.

“There is no greater investment we can make in the future of the city of Chicago than by investing in our children,” the mayor said. “Through [teachers’] ongoing dedication and the resources provided by Google and Staples, our students will have increased access to the tools necessary to go to college and to build a successful career.”

Elementary school could lose all after-school funding programs after funding cuts

Three former CPS schools are put out for bid — with restrictions

Alderman's sister named CPS principal despite failing eligibility test

CPS pension checks for retired teachers delayed by computer glitch

Private school proposes $40 million relocation to Illinois Medical District

NEIU expansion plans draw protesters to university president's house

Chicago School Board approves $5.8B budget

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