The Chicago Board of Education – 2001 in Review – finances building high schools in Pilsen, Little Village

The Chicago Board of Education – 2001 in Review – finances building high schools in Pilsen, Little Village – Brief Article

Kimiyo Naka

The Chicago Board of Education decides to put $5 million aside for construction of a new high school in Little Village. The board also decides to spend another $5 million on a new school in neighboring Pilsen, also a largely Hispanic neighborhood. The projects are part of a $525 million plan for the 2002 fiscal year. Residents of Little Village declare victory. Construction dates are still pending.

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