CHICAGO - The Chicago Board of Education last week approved a fiscal 1994 budget that was balanced partly with anticipated proceeds from a bond issue designed to bail out the financially troubled school system.

In a press release, the board proclaimed that its current financial crisis ended with the passage of the $2.7 billion budget for the fiscal year that began Sept. 1.

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