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Chicago officials have canceled classes for the second consecutive day after the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) refused to teach in-person.
Chicago Public Schools (CPS) announced late Wednesday that classes would not take place either in-person or remotely on Thursday.
“We apologize for the disruption that the union’s illegal work stoppage is causing for your family,” Chicago schools CEO Pedro Martinez wrote in a letter to parents.
While CTU voted earlier this week to teach virtu...