Chicago spends billions on hiring teachers despite falling enrollment rates

The Chicago Board of Education recently approved a $9.3 billion budget using emergency COVID-19 funds from the federal government to hire 2,000 new employees, increase staff size, and distribute raises.
The problem?
The money is temporary, and a staggering 100,000 fewer students are expected back when school starts at the end of August.

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