Illinois Students Send A Clever Message To Springfield

Illinois Students Send A Clever Message To Springfield

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Parents and students at a lot of Chicago Public Schools are trying to send a message to state lawmakers that they are proud of the city’s schools, despite budget trouble. One North Side school has tied a chair to a tree outside their school and filled it with messages for Governor Bruce Rauner to come visit their school.

State lawmakers have yet to approve an education budget for next fall.

WBEZ’s Becky Vevea reports.