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CPS teachers could look inside students’ homes — without their knowledge — before fix

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Remote learning has brought school home for thousands of Chicago students during the pandemic, turning a living room or bedroom into a makeshift classroom. But many families worry that means giving up home privacy for their children’s access to lessons through technology.
As it turns out, that tradeoff might in fact have been happening for the first few weeks of the school year. Nader Issa has the story…
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