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Empty CPS schools may have new life

Some of the buildings left vacant after Chicago Public Schools closed 50 schools last year may no longer be empty. Chicago Sun-Times reported Tuesday there are bids out for three schools on the city’s North, West and South Sides, but there are specific guidelines for their potential use. Education reporter Lauren FitzPatrick has more details on what could be in the works. And, we learn more about a developer eyeing empty school buildings with plans for residential or retail use. Photo Courtesy of Facebook

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