Chicago Schools' Wrecked Finances on Display Before DealBy
Board of Education plans $875 million of genearal obligations
Standard & Poor's cuts ratings, keeps bonds under review
Chicago schools are borrowing to pay mounting debt bills and fund capital projects as the district’s liquidity deteriorates and its credit rating tumbles.
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