Chance The Rapper's meeting with Governor Rauner was disappointing, naturally

"We need to give notice to principals, to teachers, to parents who need to make plans", said David DeBruin, a Jenner & Block attorney who flew in from Washington, D.C., to represent the Chicago Board of Education in court.

It sounds like [the funding is] hinged on passing other bills. After the meeting with Governor Rauner has gone down today (March 3), Chance is unimpressed with their time together. "He asked me where the $215 million was gonna come from". CPS said the move was necessary after the state failed to pass a proposed budget that included $215 million allocated for district spending.

In brief remarks to reporters as he walked to the elevators with a small entourage, the rapper said he was disappointed by "vague answers" from the governor about funding for CPS, but had exchanged phone numbers with Rauner. "He's got my personal number".

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Chance said he asked specially "about funding [Chicago Public Schools] with that $215 million that was discussed in May of a year ago, and was vetoed in December". His message to the IL governor: "Take our kids off the table" in the state's partisan budget battle.

Rauner said he has a lot of respect for Chance's passion for schools, and said he believes the rapper can use his celebrity platform to speak on behalf of young people. I have power in some ways; you have great power in other ways. "I'm here because I just want people to do their jobs".

Chance had originally requested this meeting with the governor via Twitter the day after he had won his first three Grammy Awards at the 2017 ceremonies.

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"Chicago Public Schools and I did not lose today", Chance the Rapper tweeted. "If we stood together, if we work together to figure this out, I think we could get big things done". "Monday morning I'll have a plan", he said.

In addition, Chance called on "the worldwide and national publications" to "give a comprehensive history of how we ended up here", regarding Chicago's public schools.

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