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CPS Board of Education Vice President Ryan Messer, who also has children in the district, voted to send students back full-time.
Now, he said he is hearing from parents struggling to figure out child care, teaching and employment at a time when almost nothing is certain.
“It actually makes me feel less safe in the two- to three-day model than I would have when, as the experts call it, they would’ve stayed in a cohort of kids that are together in the same class,” Messer said.
CPS Superintendent Laura Mitchell admits at this point there’s no set-in-stone option for daycare.