Chicago Public School Teachers Vote To Reject Returning To School In Person
Chicago Teachers Union members who were supposed to report in person on Monday are continuing to teach remotely instead. The union voted Sunday to defy Chicago Public Schools plan for elementary school teachers to return to their classrooms, ahead of reopening K-8 schools on Feb. 1.
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