Chance the Rapper Continues His Chicago Public Schools Support With Career Day Visit

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Chance The Rapper holds a press conference and donates $1 Million Dollars to the Chicago Public School Foundation at Westcott Elementary School on March 6, 2017 in Chicago.

Chance the Rapper -- who made headlines recently for donating $1 million to Chicago Public Schools -- has shown another act of kindness to his hometown by visiting one elementary school's Career Day.

The rapper spent his time visiting a third-grade class on Friday (March 24), where he had the opportunity to sit in on the day’s lesson.

“Pult up for Career Day and was invited to sit in on Ms. Jackson’s class #supportCPS,” he captioned on his Instagram account.



Pult up for Career Day and was invited to sit in on Ms. Jackson's class #supportCPS

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The teacher shared with Chance and the other visitors what the class has been learning. One lesson that caught the rapper's attention, called "Math Talk," has the students learning division, multiplication and fractions.

The students seemed to be enthusiastic about learning and excited about his visit to the elementary school.