CPS says shorter school year possible if no favorable ruling in funding suit


Chicago Public Schools upped the stakes of its legal challenge to state education funding on Monday, warning that the school year could end nearly three weeks early and summer school programs could be cut if the district doesn't get a quick and favorable ruling.

"These possibilities are deeply painful to every school community," district CEO Forrest Claypool said in a letter to CPS families in which he asked them "to add your voices to this fight."



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