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Public School Systems In Aurora, Illinois
... Two main school systems have served the Kane County, Illinois core location of Aurora, Illinois since the 1860s, one on either side of the Fox River which physically ... In addition, the far eastern portion of Aurora, within DuPage County, Illinois, has been served by Indian Prairie School District (IPSD) 204 since that district's formation ... All three of these districts (Aurora Public Schools West Side, Aurora Public Schools East Side and IPSD) have their headquarters and administrative offices in ...

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