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In-Person Learning Plan Creates Adverse Learning Conditions
Plan Has a Disproportionate Negative Impact on Black and Hispanic Students

By the time you read this editorial, Independence Day will have come and gone. Nevertheless, the date, July 4, should occasion thoughts—which we hope persist in your minds.
Educators worked hand in hand with parents to support student success and discovered what is possible when collaboration with families is a priority.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW CPAA'S DELAY AND DENY TIMELINE

CPAA has developed a timeline depicting two real-life examples of CPS principals appealing to central office officials to use funds for special education student needs. These funds were already in the school budgets, but frozen, pending the outcome of the appeals.

The following is a statement from CPAA President Troy LaRaviere regarding the furlough days announced by CPS last week.