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CPS leaders are calling this a “recovery year.”

Manuel Martinez

WBEZ

CPS leaders are calling this a “recovery year.”

Manuel Martinez

New report: CPS moves to an independent board with a $600 million deficit in tow

CPS leaders are calling this a “recovery year.”

Manuel Martinez

 

The Chicago Public Schools are facing a $600 million deficit that could have dire consequences in the years to come if a long-term source of funding isn’t found.

Reset digs into what options the district is facing and how students and teachers will be impacted.

GUEST: Sarah Karp, WBEZ education reporter

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