Chicago Public School administrators and staff will share in the budget pain with teachers. Schools CEO Jean-Claude Brizard sent a letter Thursday that said there will be no pay raises this year.
The order affects principals, assistant principals and central office staff.
In return, the letter said, employees will not have to take any furlough days.
The pay freeze will save CPS about $10 million.
CPS is trying to dig out of a $712 million deficit.