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Community

We know the great value and many benefits to students and neighborhoods when community members are involved in local schools. That’s why we offer residents and community partners so many opportunities to actively engage with CPS to enrich the educational experiences of students, advance their own learning, influence decision making, and improve their neighborhoods.

Make a Difference

Explore the many different ways you can invest in the future of students, communities, and the city of Chicago.

Engage in Lifelong Learning

Attend Parent Universities for ESL, GED, financial literacy, career development, job search training, and more programs that can enhance your life and well-being. Our classes, workshops and events are free and open to all Chicago residents.

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Engage in Lifelong Learning

Attend Parent Universities for ESL, GED, financial literacy, career development, job search training, and more programs that can enhance your life and well-being. Our classes, workshops and events are free and open to all Chicago residents.

Learn More

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Work with Us

Interested in working with CPS to build a better future for all Chicago children?  We have current openings in local schools and in our offices. Find the right opportunity for you.

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Annual Regional Analysis (ARA) 2019-2020

The Annual Regional Analysis (ARA) is a fact-based report produced by CPS every year to aid in district planning, and supports CPS’ mission of providing a high-quality school in every neighborhood.

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Annual Regional Analysis (ARA) 2019-2020

The Annual Regional Analysis (ARA) is a fact-based report produced by CPS every year to aid in district planning, and supports CPS’ mission of providing a high-quality school in every neighborhood.

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Service Learning Community Partners

CPS believes so strongly in the value of service learning that we made it a graduation requirement, and we look to community organizations and agencies to play an integral role in shaping this program. Community groups are co-educators who bring specific expertise in the issues related to their organizations and in most cases the communities they serve. 

Service Learning Community Partners are useful to every stage of service learning. They can assist in the preparation stage by deepening student’s knowledge of issues, serve as a hub where the actual action takes place, and facilitate discussions that allow students to merge course content with their service experience.

Stay Connected

Are you a CPS alumnus or alumna? Want to stay in touch with the CPS community? Stay connected by filling out this quick form.

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