CPS faces fury over selective-enrollment school applications
CHICAGO — Some very angry parents will meet with Chicago Public Schools officials this morning.
They wanted to get their kids into the city’s most prestigious schools; but because of a computer glitch, their applications got tossed out.
CPS changed its application process to require a family to designate which school they wanted their children to attend.
When some parents didn’t select a school, their applications were rejected as incomplete.