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CPS CEO Pedro Martinez (left) and Mayor Brandon Johnson (right) with yellow and black balloons in background

CPS CEO Pedro Martinez (left) and Mayor Brandon Johnson (right) released the first school budgets under the new mayoral administration Tuesday. Most schools saw gains.

Anthony Vazquez

CPS CEO Pedro Martinez (left) and Mayor Brandon Johnson (right) with yellow and black balloons in background

CPS CEO Pedro Martinez (left) and Mayor Brandon Johnson (right) released the first school budgets under the new mayoral administration Tuesday. Most schools saw gains.

Anthony Vazquez

Mayor Johnson replaces nearly all Chicago Board of Ed members

The mayor is bringing on several activists to the board. In the past, many of the seven seats were filled by consultants, bankers and lawyers.

CPS CEO Pedro Martinez (left) and Mayor Brandon Johnson (right) released the first school budgets under the new mayoral administration Tuesday. Most schools saw gains.

Anthony Vazquez

   

Mayor Brandon Johnson shook things up Wednesday when he announced new appointees for all but one member of the Chicago Board of Education.

Reset learns what this change means for Chicago schools.

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