Online Event: Public Schools’ Enrollment Crisis and Its Implications for Equity Issues and Funding – Jun 9
Posted by To&Through Project on May 3, 2022
Learn about Kids First Chicago’s new report on Chicago Public Schools’ enrollment crisis and its implications for equity issues and funding.
How are equity issues in Chicago Public Schools (CPS) exacerbated by the reality of declining student enrollment?
Join us on Thursday, June 9, 3:00-4:00 PM to learn about Kids First Chicago’s latest report, Chicago’s Enrollment Crisis, exploring the root causes of CPS’s enrollment decline. Kids First Chicago’s (K1C) Chief of Policy Hal Woods will review the key drivers behind the decline and share how K1C is engaging parents and communities in identifying potential solutions to keep more families in Chicago and enrolled in CPS.
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