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CPS starting virtually this week, hoping to improve from spring


CPS Director of Curriculum and Instruction Emily Campbell said the district will also ensure teachers and students set up designated instruction time to mimic the same support and attention students would get in classrooms.

“We will be there to make sure that kids have access—all kids have access—to the high quality curriculum that they would have gotten had it been face to face,” she said.

The district officials said they spent months planning for virtual instruction knowing it was a possibility. After listening to students, parents and teachers about the experience last spring, CPS has decided to primarily use one hub or starting point for remote instruction called Schoology.