Typical - No Backup Plan
- If Springfield fails to deliver $500 million in pension reform that Chicago Public Schools is counting on to balance its books, new CEO Forrest Claypool said he doesn’t have a Plan B.
Class sizes could go up during the second semester and more staff could be laid off, Claypool told the Chicago Sun-Times on Tuesday. But pressed for details of any contingency plan, given the lack of support so far from the governor or the powerful House speaker on the bill that passed the Senate Tuesday, he said, “No comment.”
Scare tactics and blackmail to get blood from a stone.
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