Chicago Schools Paid 10 Times the Top Rate for Three-Month Loan

  • Board of Education sold $65 million of tax-anticipation notes
  • CPS pays more for 3-month notes than 30-year benchmark rate

The finances of the Chicago schools are in such dire straits that it cost the Chicago Board of Education more to borrow for three months than some governments have to pay for a 30-year loan.

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