The battle continues over in-person learning at Chicago Public Schools.
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So far, the school district has only confirmed that about 20% of the 6,600 staff on leave or working remotely will be back in person when attendance doubles next month.
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Suburban schools serving low-income communities saw a larger drop in attendance than wealthier communities.