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Vincent Roman, left, and London Roman hang out before school begins Monday morning at Pickard Elementary in Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood.

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Chicago Public Schools are back in session

It’s the first day of classes for Chicago Public Schools. Students are returning to the classroom with looser COVID-19 restrictions, staffing shortages and concerns of monkeypox.

Reset gets the latest from two education journalists.

GUESTS: Mila Koumpilova, senior reporter, Chalkbeat Chicago

Kate Grossman, WBEZ education senior editor

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