CPS CEO Forrest Claypool and Board of Education Chair Frank Clark consult with legal counsel immediately after receiving a circuit court judgement rejecting the school district’s demand for a preliminary injunction against the state that would require the state to fund CPS.

Numerous Chicago Public Schools funding future questions were answered in a few short hours Friday afternoon, as a Circuit Judge denied a CPS demand to fund the school system and Mayor Rahm Emanuel ended speculation that schools would close early by promising that the city would step in to close the funding gap.

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