Chicago schools set to resume in-person classes after one week remote

Chicago schools set to resume in-person classes after one week remote


Classes are set to resume Wednesday at Chicago schools as leaders of the city’s teachers union on Monday night approved a plan with the district over COVID-19 protections.

The two sides had been locked in a bitter fight that canceled classes for four days in the nation’s third-largest district.

Details weren’t immediately disclosed on the deal, which still requires approval from the union’s full 25,000 members.

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“We know this has been very difficult for students and families,” Mayor Lori Lightfoot said at Monday night press conference. “No one wins when students are out.”

School’s in the Windy City have been closed since last Wednesday when the union voted to switch to online instruction and told teachers not to show up in person as

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