Chicago Public Schools Takes Out $275 Million LoanChicago Public Schools has turned to JPMorgan Chase for a $275 million loan to keep operating through June and make a contribution to teacher pensions.
Illinois' WE Day Celebrates Young People Serving Their CommunitiesWE Day honors youth making a difference in their communities, including a boy who looks to follow in his dad's entrepreneurial footsteps.
Report: CPS Tech Coordinator Stole More Than $400,000 Chicago Public Schools technology coordinator stole more than $400,000 in school funds before fleeing to Mexico, where he was later found dead.
Football Player's Family Sues Chicago Public Schools Over EligibilityA Chicago woman is suing the public school system, claiming an unfair ruling has damaged son’s senior football season and could ruin his chance to play college football.
Quinn Surprises Golden Apple Award Winner At Murray Language AcademyA top Chicago Public Schools teacher got quite a surprise on Wednesday when she was awarded the prestigious Golden Apple Award from Gov. Pat Quinn.
5 Chicago High Schools To Begin Offering Associate's DegreesMayor Rahm Emanuel is joining Chicago Public Schools officials, the City Colleges of Chicago, and corporate leaders in unveiling beefed up plans for five new high schools that could also offer their students community college degrees.
Cash-Strapped Schools Finding Creative Ways To Raise MoneyChicago public schools are resorting to renting space and other measures to raise cash amid budget deficits. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.