Chicago public school classes are canceled after teachers union backs remote learning

Posted by on January 5, 2022 1:06 am
Categories: US National Stories

Pedro Martinez, chief executive of Chicago Public Schools, said classes would be canceled Wednesday if the teachers union voted to switch to remote learning due to record COVID-19 levels. Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced in September that Martinez would be the new head of the city

The announcement by district officials follows the teachers union voting to switch to remote learning due to the latest COVID-19 surge. The status of classes for the rest of the week remains in limbo.

(Image credit: Ashlee Rezin/AP)

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