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The retirement incentive program was one way the district tried to sell its teachers’ contract as a good deal for taxpayers. Initially, it would have cost the district as it paid out bonuses to retirees, but getting veteran, higher-paid teachers and aides off the district’s payroll could have produced up to $90 million.

Comment: Maybe it would be better to report as “news” anything truthful promised in Chicago about its finances.

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