Chicago Public Schools & Mayor Rahm Emanuel

Chicago Public Schools, commonly abbreviated as CPS by local residents and politicians and officially classified as City of Chicago School District #299 for funding and districting reasons, is a large school district that manages over 600 public elementary and high schools in Chicago, Illinois. Rahm Israel Emanuel (born November 29, 1959) is an American politician who serves as the 55th Mayor of Chicago. 5.0/5

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Chicago Public Schools will remain open through the end of the school year, Mayor Rahm Emanuel said Friday,...
Emails show Hermane Hartman, publisher of N'DIGO, pushing Wayne Watson to the mayor to head Chicago Public Schools.…
Accusing Mayor Rahm Emanuel of “incompetent and uncaring mismanagement” of the Chicago Public Schools, and using...
Mayor Rahm Emanuel says deal will ensure Chicago Public Schools open on time without major disruptions to classrooms.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel is asking aldermen to give City Hall the option of lending cash to Chicago Public Schools:
In 2013, Chicago Public Schools and Mayor Rahm Emanuel voted to shut down over 100 schools in predominantly black...
Chicago police superintendent Garry McCarthy is throwing his support behind Mayor Rahm Emanuel's plan to install air conditioning in all Chicago Public Schools.
This is how Friends of DuSable commemorate DuSable Commemoration, Founder Day in Chicago? On March 4, 2014 was the City of Chicago's 177th Birthday celebration & Friends of DuSable NFP 12th. annual DuSable Founder Commemoration Day Essay contest. In this picture with Mayor Rahm Emanuel is one of the 2014 essay winners that was chosen to read his essay before the public, 1st place 5th. grade Chicago Public Schools winner Jordan McDonald. What an impressive read and deliverance! He made us all in attendance so proud of our service and participation in particularly Mayor Rahm Emmanuel. I Am DuSable!
Charter school students 11 times more likely to be expelled: CPS BY BECKY SCHLIKERMAN, FRAN SPIELMAN AND ART GOLAB Staff Reporters February 26, 2014 8:00Pm Editorial: Why do charter schools expel more students? CPS chief wants same pension reform state passed for other teachers Charter school students in Chicago are 11 times more likely to be expelled than students in traditional schools, according to newly released Chicago Public Schools data. That troubles Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who said he hopes charter operators will follow CPS’ new, gentler discipline policy. “I can’t make ’em. But, I can persuade them, show them a different model,” the mayor said Wednesday. “And we think they’re going to be cooperative and work with us because it’s so promising what we’re seeing at CPS.” The district has been touting the effects of its revised Student Code of Conduct, which limits disciplinary actions — such as out of school suspensions — that take kids out of the classroom. At the monthly Chic ...
Two people with ties to Mayor Rahm Emanuel could be among those to benefit from new, publicly financed charter schools up for approval next week by Chicago Public Schools officials. A real estate broker who is an Emanuel friend and a South Side minister allied with the mayor could end up as landlord...
U of Chicago Lab school, where Mayor Rahm Emanuel sends his children, will be closed on Monday due to unsafe weather conditions. But Chicago Public Schools will be open.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel marked the one-year anniversary of the completion of the Chicago Public Schools' Arts Education Plan Wednesday by announcing about $500,000 in grants to 45 schools to enhance arts learning.
Rahm: slash Chicago teachers' pensions - Both President Obama and Arne Duncan come from Chicago. Both want more charter schools, and control of schools by Mayors. What has happened in Chicago since the Mayor has been in control of the Chicago Public Schools (CPS)? Mayor Daley and current Mayor Rahm Emanuel have produced a financial mess, and now Rahm says retired teachers' pensions have to be slashed (after CPS closed almost 50 schools this year, while opening new Charter Schools). CPS has a debt of over $10 billion because it spent wildly on school construction without planning, according to the Chicago Tribune, including on some of the schools that were closed this year. It is now spending money from the State intended to fund current education expenses to pay the interest and to pay down part of this $10 billion debt. "In 2011, for example, more than a quarter of all unrestricted general state aid, the per-pupil funding sent by the state of Illinois, went to paying off old debts rather than funding new ...
A broad coalition of educators, parents and South Side community leaders are urging Chicago Public Schools (CPS) officials and Mayor Rahm Emanuel to reconsider closing Walter H. Dyett High School and instead keep it open as a "Global Leadership and Green Technology" neighborhood high school.
CPS under pressure on overcrowding Some parents say board is favoring wealthier areas By Noreen S. Ahmed-Ullah Tribune reporter Parents whose children attend overcrowded Chicago schools complained to the Board of Education on Wednesday that their buildings deserve improvements just as much as an elementary school in the affluent Lincoln Park neighborhood that is in line for a $20 million annex. Parents from Prieto Math and Science Academy in the Northwest Side Hanson Park neighborhood — which is more overcrowded than Lincoln, according to Chicago Public Schools figures — said one fourth-grade class overflows with 60 students while eighth-graders are taking lessons in a hallway. “Wealthier communities that ask for more resources to expand their schools, they are listened to,” said Edilia Correa, who has a prekindergartner and a fifth-grader at Prieto. “We feel happy for their parents, but we are angry at CPS for denying those same resources to our low-income communities.” The decision to build ...
How Chicago bosses gave fiscal bone cancer to a beautiful city By John Kass For years, and much to the anger of Obamaites and media Hopium smokers, I've engaged in a corrosive and cynical exercise: Comparing and contrasting Chicago politicians and Chicago gangsters, the Chicago Way. But today I'd like to publicly apologize for my outrageous behavior. Yes, it was stupid of me, and mean and cruel. Bad Kass, bad, bad, Kass. I'm sorry. Really. This urge to apologize came upon me after reading "Broken Bonds," the outstanding and ongoing series in the Tribune. The series deals with how Chicago bosses — mayors named Daley and Emanuel — have spent billions upon billions of dollars in the present by heaping debt upon Chicagoans of the future without the people's consent. That's billions with a B, almost $10 billion, and that doesn't count other mountains of debt that the same bosses have put on the taxpayers through other agencies under their control, including Chicago Public Schools, parks and pension obliga ...
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Excessive testing is taking the life out of education, according to a group of Chicago Public Schools (CPS) students who dressed like zombies and marched from the district’s headquarters in Chicago to Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s office at City Hall Friday evening.Calling themselves “the learning dead,” the...
Mayor Rahm Emanuel plans to propose increasing the city cigarette tax by 75 cents to help plug a budget gap and provide more free vision care for low-income Chicago Public Schools students, a City...
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel recently revealed a plan to spend $24 million on additions and improvements to several of the city's schools. Emanuel’s school projects are reported to include playground upgrades and a brand new school on the city’s southeast side — Emanuel has categorized this initiative as “school modernization.” But the mayor’s latest spending scheme is shocking in light of the dire fiscal situation facing Chicago Public Schools, or CPS. Earlier this year, citing a $1 billion budget shortfall, the mayor announced the closing of nearly 50 Chicago schools and laid off nearly 3,000 CPS workers — 1,456 of them teachers. But the district’s billion-dollar shortfall is just a symptom of the district's underlying financial crisis. CPS has a total debt of $16.7 billion. This includes long-term debt, and unfunded health insurance and pension liabilities. The Chicago Teachers’ Pension Fund, or CTPF, which serves as the Pension Fund for CPS workers, faces nearly $8 billion in pension d ...
As the spring session wound down at the Capitol late last month, Mayor Rahm Emanuel needed one of two things to happen: for lawmakers to give him pension relief for Chicago Public Schools or to fail and provide a fall guy for the big budget cuts he'd have to make.
If you ever want to observe a city in crisis, come to Chicago and watch the tragedy unfolding in Chicago Public Schools (CPS), the third largest school district in the country. On May 22, 2013, we learned the School Board voted to close 54 schools and hundreds of teachers (850) would be laid off. On...
Chicago Teachers Union head Karen Lewis blames rich white people for the Chicago Public Schools educational and financial problems.
Chicago Public Schools (CPS) serves 403,000 students in the city of Chicago. On June 14th, CPS released a budget plan for the fiscal year of 2014...
Chicago Teacher's Union President Karen Lewis has been blunt about the cause of the problems facing the school system, namely the people running it. At a recent event, Lewis again didn't bite her tongue when criticizing how Chicago Public Schools are managed. While speaking at a luncheon about educ...
Top high school may charge kids for class BY ART GOLAB Staff Reporter/agolab Students who want to take a seventh- period class at Whitney Young High School may have to ante up an extra $500 next year. This proposal, outlined in a letter to parents from the school’s principal, demonstrates that even highachieving, selective enrollment schools will not escape the budget ax wielded by the Chicago Public Schools central office. Meanwhile at Burley Elementary, one of the city’s top-scoring neighborhood schools, parents and teachers gathered to protest elimination of all art programming and cuts to English, reading, technology and physical education programs. “Our mayor talked about a full school day in terms of a broad curriculum,” parent Amy Smolensky said, referring to Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s extended school day that was implemented this year. “With these cuts, the school day is going to be an empty day, not a full day.” She said her middle-class North Side neighborhood has bought into the idea of ...
This has been a school year of endless anxiety for thousands of students, parents and teachers in the Chicago Public Schools. A list of more than 100 school closures led to 50 schools ultimately being shuttered. You would think everyone deserved a breather after endless public meetings and a hercule...
How special is this !? CHICAGO — The head of Chicago Public Schools says the district's high school graduation rate is on track to be 63 percent this school year. CPS CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett and Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced the figure this morning. They say Chicago high school seniors could set the highest-ever graduation rate. A decade ago the graduation rate was 44 percent. It rose to 58 percent during the 2010-2011 school year and 61 percent last year. CPS has more than 400,000 students.
On Monday Chicago teachers ended a three day march throughout the city to protest the closure of over 50 Public Schools Mayor Rahm Emanuel says the city can't afford. But while Emanuel says there's no money in the budget for schools, he does expect residents to foot the bill for a new stadium. Even
Union Resists Chicago School Closings After the Chicago Board of Education approved a proposal from Mayor Rahm Emanuel (D) to close 50 of the city's Public Schools, the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) took action to stop the closures and to challenge supporters of the mayor's plan with through the grassroots mobilization of school supporters and citizens. The closures came despite widespread opposition to the plan and five days of rallies, sit-ins and other efforts. In response to the school closings, AFT President Randi Weingarten said, "Separate and apart from what it means for the continuity and stability of children's schooling, the evidence makes clear these mass closings will destabilize neighborhoods, and it has raised serious safety concerns for children… We are left at a loss as to why the board chose to ignore the parents, teachers, students and residents of Chicago in pursuing this reckless strategy that is not what the people want and will not help children.” The closings marked the largest m ...
BY BOB ZULEY The planned closing by Mayor Rahm Emanuel of 12 of the 54 Chicago Public Schools (CPS) slated to be shuttered in a few weeks time was called into question when hearing officers formally opposed the closing plan. One of the hearing officers, retired Cook County Judge Charles Winkler, found that while CPS is entitled to move forward with the planned closure of two Uptown elementary schools, Graeme Stewart, 4525 N. Kenmore Ave., and Joseph Stockton, 4420 N. Beacon, he thinks CPS should consider delaying the implementation of the proposal for one year, until the 2014-2015 school year, since a definitive safety plan won't be ready until August. In his report on the Stewart and Stockton schools, Judge Winkler asked, “Will an understaffed Chicago Police Department be able to provide enough officers to assist the [Stewart/Stockton] children? Will CPS hire a private security company to furnish properly trained personnel? Is there really enough time to get everyone up to speed so the 14,400 children ...
Story by 89 WLS Reporter Bill Cameron (CHICAGO) Friday afternoon, Chicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis is attacking Mayor Rahm Emanuel for moving so quickly to close 54 schools.
Uncertain future for suddenly prime parcel; sister of Ald. O'Connor leads school closing project story and photos BY BOB ZULEY Serving as an Uptown landmark since 1907, the imposing Graeme Stewart Elementary School, 4525 N. Kenmore Ave., may be in its final months as a neighborhood public school if City Hall has their way. In an unprecedented and highly controversial move, the Stewart School is one of 54 Public Schools primarily serving special needs and disadvantaged students slated to be closed by Mayor Rahm Emanuel at the end of the 2012-2013 school year. This represents the largest closings of Public Schools in the nation's history impacting the lives some 30,000 displaced students, and untold CPS staff and faculty. However, the shuttering of the Stewart School won't adversely affect the monied elite of gentrifying Uptown. According to the Chicago Public Schools (CPS) website, Stewart School today serves a student population of 264 students. In some respects this represents an overall reduction in the ...
So CPS is taking the First Lady's Let's Move campaign to heart it seems. Their going to have kids walking before this day is out. Got an email 15 minutes before the end of the school day informing me that because of the anniversary event at McCormick Place the school busing is severely disrupted and several of the routes won't even make it to our school today as a result. Children are calling home to determine if they should double up on other buses that don't serve their route, (thus being dropped off far later than usual), wait at the school until a parent can pick them up, or take the CTA home. Nice to know that all of the officials at the event today like Secretary Arne Duncan, Mayor Rahm Emanuel and others took the time to plan this out so that all Chicago Public Schools children would get home safely after school. Well, at least they got a great photo op, right?
Navy invests in Chicago Public Schools science, tech program: Mayor Rahm Emanuel is calling in the...
A new study by the University of Chicago Crime Lab, in partnership with the Chicago Public Schools and local nonprofits Youth Guidance and World Sport Chicago, provides rigorous scientific evidence that a violence reduction program succeeded in creating a sizable decline in violent crime arrests amo...
Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Chicago Public Schools (CPS) CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett today announced the location of five new International Baccalaureate...
Flanked by arts superstars Yo-Yo Ma, Renee Fleming and Damian Woetzel at a Pilsen elementary school, Mayor Rahm Emanuel placed the Chicago Public Schools at the forefront of the long-awaited Chicago...
Mayor Rahm Emanuel appointed the fourth Chief Executive Officer of Chicago Public Schools in less than two years, following the resignation of Jean-Claude Brizard.
A day after Jean-Claude Brizard stepped down as head of the Chicago Public Schools, Chicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis said she thinks Mayor Rahm Emanuel set up Brizard for failure.
Barbara Byrd-Bennett was named the Chief Executive Officer of the Chicago Public Schools (CPS) by Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel. Barbara Byrd-Bennett brings over 3
Editorial: With its refusal to suspend the Chicago teachers strike and to approve the outline of the deal struck with the Chicago Public Schools on Friday, the Chicago Teachers Union has humiliated Mayor Rahm Emanuel. On Friday, CPS Board President David Vitale and CTU President Karen Lewis agreed ...
Emanuel Sues To End Teacher Strike Mayor Rahm Emanuel made good Monday on threatened legal action to end the first Chicago teachers strike in 25 years, instructing his corporate counsel and the attorney for Chicago Public Schools to file an injunction to get kids and teachers back in class. The injunction was filed Monday morning. Complete details from NBC Chicago:
How a CPS teacher went from 'excellent' to 'do-not-hire' in one year By Ben Joravsky On June 25, Mayor Rahm Emanuel invited a group of recent education-school graduates to help change the world by signing up with the Chicago Public Schools. "I hope you stay in the Chicago area because I will continue to do what I think is best in telling the city of Chicago that we have the best-trained, best-educated workforce," Emanuel said in a commencement address to graduates at National Louis University. To hear the mayor tell it, CPS is a great place to teach. Obviously, he's never met Allison Bates. Bates was a third-year science teacher at Austin Polytechnical high school on the west side. But earlier this year, she was fired and banned from working anywhere in CPS for the unforgivable sin of—hold on to your hats, folks—not putting her lesson plans in the red folder, as her principal told her. Allison Bates is a casualty of CPS's "do-not-hire" designation. Welcome to the bureaucratic nightmare of the Chicago ...
Tribune: From the picket line - Why a teacher feels she had no choice but to strike BY LESLIE RUSSELL | 09/13/2012 From the Chicago Tribune: I literally almost had a stroke Sunday night when Mayor Rahm Emanuel got on television and said that as a result of the longer school day, Chicago Public Schools students were getting an hour of reading and an hour of writing each day. Well, I am the reading and writing teacher for most of the sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders at my school and based on what is happening where I teach, that is plainly a lie. I have one hour to teach both reading and writing. One of my classes is broken into two sections — 30 minutes in the morning and 25 minutes at the end of the day. There are 41 seventh-graders in one classroom, and since I have only 31 desks in my room, we start the period borrowing chairs from two or three different classrooms. And the solution to an overcrowded class of 41? It is not to hire a new teacher. It is to take 10 seventh-graders out of their seven ...
The president of a conservative Think Tank says Mayor Rahm Emanuel should “go all Ronald Reagan” and fire all the teachers in the Chicago Public Schools system if they do not end their strike.
The Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) has hit the streets in what many have dubbed “the first strike in a generation” in their faceoff against the Chicago Public Schools (CPS) and Mayor Rahm Emanuel. First the numbers, CTU rejected a 16 percent raise over four years; The average Chicago teacher’s salary is $76,000—higher than any other metropolitan district; The average Chicago resident’s salary is $47,000; The average annual teacher pension payout in Illinois is $41,000; CPS is facing a $1 billion shortfall at year’s end; The school day was, until recently, only five hours and 45 minutes, and; 52% of Chicago fourth graders can’t read at a basic level. CTU President Karen Lewis and the union aren’t shy that they think they deserve better, and they aren’t even shouting out the usual rhetoric about making schools better for kids. It’s all about them. So-called “job security” measures, not compensation, appear to be driving the walkout. The Chicago Tribune explains that the recall policy ...
According to most news reports, the teachers in Chicago are striking because they are lazy and greedy. Or they are striking because of a personality clash between Mayor Rahm Emanuel and union President Karen Lewis. Or because this is the last gasp of a dying union movement. Or because Emanuel wants ...
"Monday, Chicago teachers went on strike. But maybe they should have brushed up on their math instead. Chicago teachers already average over $76,000 a year, compared to about $40,000 for an average Chicago family. Yet 79 percent of 8th graders aren’t proficient in reading, and only 55 percent even graduate. Despite a looming budget shortfall of $3 billion, the school district offered them a 16 percent raise. But they want 30 percent, and they reject a proposed merit pay system. No wonder. Ironically, Mayor Rahm Emanuel went straight from the Democratic Convention, a celebration of public worker unions, to playing hardball with the teachers. Some Chicago schools are staying open to dispense free meals but no education. Some call that business as usual. Meanwhile, 400,000 students are without supervision, so guess who’s stepping in to help? Churches. Thanks for your continued interest in my efforts. I hope you enjoyed these commentaries. I will send along some more very soon. Sincerely," Mike Huckabee
Excerp from Rush's show: Now, aren't teachers in our culture sort of sacrosanct and special and so forth? They used to be. I don't know. Just asking. In a roundabout way here I'm trying to gauge your reaction to this. Ryan and Romney, "We stand with Mayor Rahm Emanuel." They make it a point. They made it a big point. They wanted a lot of attention focused on it and they got it. Ryan and Romney standing with Rahm Emanuel against the teachers and with the children. I find all this fascinating. And then, folks, 79% of the eighth graders in the Chicago Public Schools are not even grade level proficient in reading according to Obama's own Department of Education. Eighty percent are not grade level proficient in math. Seventy-nine percent of Chicago eighth graders cannot read. That's stunning. And the teachers behind this are asking for a 16% raise and no accountability.
Frederick M. Hess & Michael Q. McShane write on NRO: Each year, the Chicago Public Schools system (CPS) spends over $13,000 per student in order to graduate 60 percent of the system’s 400,000 students. In an attempt at reform, Mayor Rahm Emanuel has pushed to increase teacher accountability and exte...
"The typical Chicago Public Schools teacher makes $76,000 a year for working less than 200 days. CPS teachers work the shortest school day of any city in country, in a district with a 16-to-1 student-teacher ratio and per pupil spending of more than $13,000 a year. These arrangements have yielded a 60% graduation rate, in a district where more than 97% of teachers are rated effective. Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, President Obama's former chief of staff, is pushing to extend the system's school day and put in place meaningful teacher evaluations that, among other things, link ratings to improvements in student achievement. He's offered the Chicago Teachers Union a 16% pay bump over the next four years, at a time of tight budgets and 8% unemployment, if they'll sign on. The CTU has instead opted to strike."
From In these Times: With Chicago Public Schools teachers set to strike next Monday, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel isn't sitting at the bargaining table trying to hammer out a deal. Instead, he's in ...
Statement from Mayor Rahm Emanuel on the First Day of Chicago Public Schools
Five hundred Chicago Public Schools students at five high schools will receive free CTA rides to school, Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced tod
Mayor Rahm Emanuel and new leaders of Chicago Public Schools have been pushing for a longer school day and year to raise student performance. But last week’s state test results show that charter schools–which typically have more instructional time–actually have a lower percentage of students excee...
While anattempt to place an advisory referendum on the Nov.6 ballot that would probewhether voters preferred an elected city school board instead of one appointedby Mayor Rahm Emanuel was struck down,OUR CITY
For a political chess player who never makes a move without thinking three moves ahead, Mayor Rahm Emanuel looks more like a high school clubber than a grand master when it comes to the teachers contract.
The independent fact-finder’s recommendation that Chicago Public Schools officials have been pinning their hopes on to resolve a contentious teachers contract dispute is finally in — but Mayor Rahm Emanuel may wish it weren’t.
The debate between teachers, parents and Mayor Rahm Emanuel continues over how many hours Chicago Public Schools students should be spending in the classroom. Those opposed to a longer school day cite the heat of many non-air conditioned buildings and the notion that Chicago schools’ issues go much ...
Chicago Public Schools students say the CPS Code of Conduct that the city's Board of Education will vote on June 27 contains unnecessarily strict disciplinary policies that will deny many students access to an education. Students and advocates took their protest to Mayor Rahm Emanuel's office Monday...
Thousands of Chicago Public Schools teachers rallied at the Auditorium Theater tonight to loudly voice their displeasure with their salaries and the longer school day that’s being extended district wide next fall.
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The Chicago Teachers Union is preparing to bring together some 4,000 Chicago Public Schools teachers in a Wednesday rally intended to send a message of solidarity to Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
The woman Mayor Rahm Emanuel plucked from Denver to serve as Chicago’s No. 2 education person is resigning — the fourth high-ranking departure from Chicago Public Schools in recent weeks. The 5:50 p.m. Friday emailed confirmation of rumors that Chief Education Officer Noemi Donoso was
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel talked Tuesday about his plan that calls for 90 more minutes for schools starting next year and also adds 10 more days to the Chicago Public Schools calendar.
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