About 300 Chicago Public Schools students walked out of class this morning and headed to the district's headquarters to hold a protest of school funding cuts.
The students circled in front of the building at 125 S. Clark St. chanting slogans and carrying signs. "Education is not a corporation," read one placard. Some handed out fliers that protested cuts to early-childhood education, bilingual programs, sports and after-school programs.
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