CHICAGO -- The Chicago Board of Education late Monday unveiled a $2.8 billion fiscal 1994 budget, warning that a projected $416 million shortfall will have to be eliminated by Aug. 31 in order for schools to open on time.

Clinton Bristow, chairman of the board's budget committee, called on the Illinois General Assembly to hold a special session to consider funding options to fill the gap, including issuing bonds.

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