CHICAGO — Hit with both positive and negative credit action over the last week, the Chicago Board of Education will enter the market with $400 million of new-money debt next week as it debuts an offering statement that offers expanded pension disclosure and makes clear there’s a new boss in town.

The board expects to enter the market Wednesday with Jefferies & Co. as senior manager and Rice Financial Products as co-senior. Public Financial Management Inc. and Peralta Garcia Solutions are advising the district on the sale.

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