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CPS reopening to start with pre-K, special ed next month

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The largest enrollment drop in over two decades and difficulties remotely teaching students with disabilities spurred a plan to bring preschoolers and some special education students back to school next month, followed by the potential return of other students as soon as January, Chicago Public Schools officials said Friday.
In the meantime, all classes will continue to operate remotely at the start of the second academic quarter in early November with the school system’s youngest students and those in special education cluster programs returning soon after — if all goes according to plan. Reporter Nader Issa has the full story…
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