CHICAGO — Chicago Public Schools says many of the district’s schools will lose money under budget cuts detailed Tuesday. But CPS says it will apply unused state money and redirect tens of millions of dollars in federal funding to offset cuts that will land this school year. Budget information distributed by CPS still showed some of the city’s top high schools would lose hundreds of thousands of dollars, though about 50 schools stood to gain money. CPS’ privately operated charter schools also would take a hit, though the district did not provide details on those budget cuts Tuesday.
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