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Chicago dispute spotlights reopening lecture rooms amid COVID surge

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In Chicago, a impasse between the Chicago Lecturers Union (CTU) and the faculty district over COVID-19 security has led to canceled courses Wednesday and Thursday for a lot of the district’s 330,000 college students. 

The CTU, which has roughly 25,000 members, voted late Tuesday to shift to distant studying till Jan. 18, or when circumstances fall. In response, Chicago Public Colleges introduced it could cancel courses Wednesday, neither providing in-person nor distant instruction. On Wednesday night, it introduced that courses would once more be canceled Thursday as a result of there aren’t sufficient lecturers to employees lecture rooms.



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