Chance the Rapper
made a huge move for public schools in his hometown of Chicago. The singer/songwriter announced that he made a $1 million donation to the Chicago Public School Foundation.
Chance met with Governor Bruce Rauner late last week to discuss funding options for public schools. However, in his press conference at Westcott Elementary School on Monday afternoon, the artist said the meeting was “unsuccessful.”
After the disappointment, he posted on his Twitter account, “Chicago Public Schools and I did not lose today. Please don’t let that become the narrative. Monday morning I’ll have a plan.”