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U.S. Rep. Hultgren has 'real concerns' about Common Core

First-day school attendance up despite CPS closings and early start

New rule to attend CPS meetings draws complaints

Board of Education passes CPS budget as district officials push pension reform

The Chicago Board of Education approved on Wednesday a fiscal year 2014 budget that drains reserve funds, includes $68 million in classroom cuts, and is seen by some outside observers, and even CPS officials, as a flawed fiscal document.

“Public comments have reflected dissatisfaction with overall funding levels and it’s a point of view [with] which we agree,” said Tim Cawley, chief administrative officer for CPS in remarks to the board.

CPS budget cheats kids with severe disabilities, advocacy group says

Michelle Obama to honor Chicago alma mater

Live blog: first day of classes for CPS

Activists call for CPS boycott Wednesday

Jean-Claude Brizzard: we 'underestimated' teachers union

CPS principals get merit bonuses despite layoffs