Chicago plans to reopen school buildings for special education, pre-K - but continue virtual learning for most
October 19, 2020
This story was updated to reflect that Chicago will start the second quarter virtually for all students and phase in younger learners and students with disabilities. Click here for more.
Chicago wants to reopen school buildings for its youngest learners and some students with special needs, with all other students sticking with virtual learning for now, Chalkbeat has learned.
The district will start the second quarter virtually and phase in pre-kindergarten students and students in special education “cluster” programs five days a week later in the second quarter, it said Friday morning.