Chicago Public Schools May Close Early Without State Funding BoostChicago Public Schools recently had a hole blown in its budget when Gov. Bruce Rauner vetoed a pension-funding measure.
CPS Official To Principals: Do Not Cooperate With Immigration AuthoritiesIn a letter to principals released Tuesday evening, Chief Education Officer Janice Jackson wrote, "To be very clear, CPS does not provide assistance in the enforcement of civil immigration law."
Small, But Passionate Group Of Students Demands Meeting With CPS ChiefOnly ten students showed up for a protest of CPS budget cuts, including Jasmine Curtis, a student from Englewood.
Claypool Hurls More Insults At Gov. Rauner Over School Budget MessEarlier this week, the CPS boss sent a letter to parents blaming the Republican for the Chicago schools spending freeze.
Chairman Of Chicago Republican Party Files Ethics Complains Against CPSThe head of the Chicago Republican Party has filed a complaint with the inspector general of Chicago Public Schools - after the Schools CEO Forrest Claypool sent a letter to parents criticizing Illinois' Republican governor.
Chicago Schools Chief Blames Gov. Rauner's 'Trump Tactics' For Budget FreezeThe cuts come as CPS copes with a $215 million budget gap it blames on Gov. Bruce Rauner.
CPS Employee, 31, Found Fatally Shot Near School Where He WorkedPolice say Jason Goodfriend was found slumped over in a car with a gunshot to the head on the 1300 block of West Hastings.
Free Ice Skating Lessons And Extended Hours Over CPS Winter BreakThe city is reminding parents and students to participate in free skating lessons and extended hours, while CPS in on winter break.
Police Investigate Report After-School Supervisor Encouraged Kids To FightThe Chicago Police Department is investigating, according to a letter from Stagg Elementary School administrators to parents.
Uncertainties Arise After CTU's Contract Deal With CPS The head of the Chicago Teachers Union said she is satisfied with the contract deal worked out with Public School system. But, she said there are still some uncertainties.
Everyone Wins, Everyone Loses In CTU-CPS Tentative AgreementIt took 18 months for all three players to reach a tentative agreement, and according to labor expert Bob Bruno, everyone walks away with a win and a loss.
Parents Will Know Monday Evening If Teachers Are Striking Oct. 11: UnionThe CTU says parents should monitor news coverage Monday evening to learn the latest. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.

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