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Chicago Public Schools

Teachers Union invokes Martin Luther King in push for elected school board

CPS plans to defy the state over new standardized testing

Star principal picks apart Emanuel's education agenda for Garcia

City, General Electric announce $500k for expansion of CPS college credit program

City officials on Friday joined Russell Stokes, president and CEO of Chicago-based GE Transportation, to announce the company’s $500,000 investment in a program that allows Chicago Public Schools students to earn college credit while completing their high school coursework.

Garcia accuses Emanuel of treating education 'as a profit center for people with powerful connections'

CPS inspector general opens investigation of board member's investments

Federal government files pregnancy discrimination lawsuit against Board of Ed

The federal government on Tuesday filed a lawsuit alleging the Chicago Board of Education violated provisions of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1965 by discriminating against pregnant teachers.


Fioretti calls for CPS Board member Quazzo to resign

Despite community pleas, CPS puts Dyett HS out for proposals

Protesters want elected Chicago Public Schools board