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Coronavirus anxieties for many Chicago parents have been heightened as they're conscripted into the r
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Coronavirus anxieties for many Chicago parents have been heightened as they’re conscripted into the ranks of home-school teachers. Unlike many suburban school districts, Chicago Public Schools has not offered standard e-learning curriculum after the decision to shut down schools this week because not all students have internet access at home.
With this in mind, reporter Mitch Dudek asked professional educators for some tips on how to handle home schooling, including how to make a lesson last longer than 20 minutes…

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