Chicago Public Schools
Reimagining with Community Toolkit
The way in which decisions regarding schools had been made for decades had created a widening trust gap between underserved communities and Chicago Public Schools (CPS). The City of Chicago and CPS leaders, however, were determined to change this and engage communities in more authentic ways.
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