CHICAGO — The cracks in Chicago Public School system's fiscal foundation deepened as a new credit blow triggered swap termination events that could force payments of more than $260 million to counterparties.

"CPS has been in contact with each of the swap counterparties and is working with them to renegotiate terms and reduce any potential payments," the district's administration said in a statement Friday.

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