What are the biggest challenges facing students, parents and educators as CPS begins remote learning?

Anna Davlantes

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS – SEPTEMBER 08: Lucy Baldwin, a teacher at King Elementary School, sits in an empty classroom teaching her students remotely during the first day of classes on September 08, 2020 in Chicago, Illinois. Students at King Elementary and the rest of Chicago public schools started classes today with students being taught remotely because of COVID-19 concerns. Teachers are given the option to teach from home or from their classrooms.
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Chicago Sun-Times education reporter Nader Issa joins guest host Dane Neal to talk about the first day of school for CPS students and how students, parents and educators are managing the shift to remote learning.

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