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.
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.
CPS Students Set New ACT Score RecordMayor Rahm Emanuel and Chicago Public Schools announced Monday that students acheived a record high average ACT score.
Potential Teachers' Strike Looms Over Start Of Classes For CPSChicago Teachers Union president Karen Lewis juggled optimism and pessimism on the first day of classes for Chicago Public Schools, as she talked about the chances for a teachers’ strike later this year.
Chicago School Board Approves $5.4B CPS BudgetThe Chicago Board of Education voted unanimously today to approve a controversial $5.4 billion budget for the Chicago Public Schools, including a property tax hike to fund teacher pensions.
CPS Tells Principals No Layoffs, No Major CutsCPS Chief Executive Officer Forrest Claypool said there will be some efficiencies, but he can’t say exactly how a big budget gap will be closed.
CTU Blames CPS Crisis On Failed Leadership From Emanuel, RaunerWith Illinois lawmakers unable to reach a deal on a state budget, and the head of the Chicago Public Schools warning schools might not open in fall without state funding, the Chicago Teachers Union said the problem could be solved “if people start acting like grownups.”
Claypool Warns CPS Won't Open In Fall Without State Education BudgetChicago Public Schools CEO Forrest Claypool told CBS 2 that CPS and many other districts in Illinois would be unable to open in fall if Gov. Bruce Rauner and the Illinois General Assembly cannot agree on some type of budget deal and approve funding for public schools across the state.
CPS Leadership, Parents, Students To Rally For More Funding In SpringfieldThe rally comes just hours after the Illinois House approved Speaker Michael Madigan’s budget plan, which would add $700 million for public schools statewide, including $287 million in additional funding for CPS.
School Superintendents Ask Rauner To Back Change In Funding FormulaSuburban and downstate school superintendents are among those urging the governor to support legislation that would change the way education funds are distributed in Illinois, and the Rauner Administration is responding.

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