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Chicago Public Schools is cutting more than $52 million dollars from its central office, operations and administration budgets.
100 office positions will be eliminated.
CPS officials say they are looking to reduce the impact on classrooms, as they work to close a $1 billion dollar deficit in the next fiscal year.
More cuts from outside the classroom will be announced in the coming weeks.