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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After Cyclist Stabbed By Stranger On The 606, Suspect Remains At Large — And Neighbors Want Answers

"I totally understand that the police have more than their hands full ... but some leadership and clarity and partnership with the community would be appreciated," one neighbor said.

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Lightfoot Plans To Spend $4.5 Million To Keep Woodlawn Residents In Their Homes Near Obama Center

Woodlawn Ald. Jeanette Taylor said the mayor’s proposal does not do enough to protect residents from being pushed out.

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Olive-Harvey College Hosting Aviation Job Fair On South Side Thursday

The job fair is an extension of the school's Aviation Futures Training Program, which prepares students for the expanding industry.