Exterior view of Emil G. Hirsch Metropolitan High School, a public 4–year high school located in the Greater Grand Crossing neighborhood on the south side of Chicago. Hirsch is part of the Chicago Public Schools system. The school is named for reform movement rabbi Emil Gustav Hirsch. Hirsch opened in 1926. Photo by Stacey Rupolo; taken March, 2019Stacy Rupalo/Chalkbeat Chicago

More Administrators, More Money For Small Schools: Here Are 8 Items Getting More Funding In Chicago Schools Budget

About two-thirds of schools will see their budgets go up, while the rest will see their budgets go down based on enrollment.

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With Less Than A Week Before Strike, Chicago Sweetens Offer To Teachers; Union Calls It ‘Insulting’

“We have bent over backwards to meet CTU’s concerns," the mayor's office said in a statement. But the CTU called the offer "inequitable."

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Chicago Restaurant Manager Was Notorious For Abusing Women, Staff — And Hospitality Group Did Nothing For Years, Victims Say

Multiple victims say Josh Schatan, a former manager at Cochon Volant, was notorious for abusing women and staff — and WellDone Hospitality Group fired a man who spoke out.

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100 Percent Affordable Housing Development For Seniors Proposed For Albany Park

Developers are looking at turning the empty lot across the street from the Albany Park (17th) police district into senior housing.