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Chicago hip-hop artist Chance the Rapper has become the city's biggest champion for public schools. He's raised millions of dollars to help schools escape their funding crises. The efforts cut across the federal government's push toShow More Summary
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Rahm's magical money tree is putting forth a record crop this month: Mayor Rahm Emanuel agreed Tuesday to cover up to $80 million in security costs for the Chicago Public Schools and predicted that he could assume that annual burden “without a citywide tax increase.” This must be the savings realized by cutting off retiree and widow health care.
Chicago public schools will soon have a majority Latino population. Latino students now make up over 45% of the district’s student population. WBEZ reported: From the late 1960s to the early 2000s, CPS was majority African-American.Show More Summary
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The Chicago artist also just donated $2.2 million to Chicago Public Schools.
Not content to simply release a string of beloved albums and collect Grammy awards, Chance the Rapper has spent the past few weeks raising money for Chicago Public Schools. Perhaps you've heard of the astonishing $2.2 million that he helped gather for arts education programs? Well, that apparently...
Chance the Rapper started an awards show for teachers, and also is donating $2.2 million to improve facilities and arts education in Chicago Public Schools. Chance the Rapper Started an Awards Show for Teachers is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
He’s also launching his own education-focused awards ceremony.
Back in March, Chance The Rapper pledged to donate $1 million to help fund the Chicago Public Schools system. And yesterday, during an event at the Harold Washington Cultural Center, as ABC 7 Chicago reports, he was joined by 20 CPS principals to announce that his SocialWorks nonprofit has raised $2.2 million for arts education…
Chano comes through with a hefty donation for CPS. Continue reading…
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Is this going to be a separate block of instruction? A Chicago Public School Teacher was charged with illegally dealing ammunition and gun accessories on Chicago's South Side, according to a complaint filed Thursday by the U.S. Attorney's...Show More Summary
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One of the most shameful chapters in the story of Chicago is about to be taught to students all over the city. On Monday, the Chicago Public Schools announced that … Click to Continue »
Chance The Rapper is the closest thing we have to a real life superhero, having spent the year so far working to save SoundCloud, donating more than $1 million dollars to Chicago Public Schools, and providing the youth with valuable work experience. He continued his parade of heroic deeds this Thursday when he gave the…
Chicago Public Schools students wrote and directed the intersectional music video for Jamila Woods's song "LSD," featuring Chance the Rapper.
Based on a visual treatment by a Chicago Public School student