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Chicago Public Schools enrollment is down by 74,000 over the last decade.

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CPS CEO Pedro Martinez discusses COVID-19 vaccines for kids

Pedro Martinez has been in charge at Chicago Public Schools for a little more than a month, and what a month it’s been.

Reset checks in with Martinez about the role schools will play as pediatric COVID-19 vaccines begin to roll out in Chicago as well as other topics like dwindling enrollment and student mental health during the pandemic.

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