Chicago Teachers Accounts Locked After Vote To Pause In-Person Classes

With Covid cases back on the rise, more and more people are opting to stay indoors.

While some workers have a choice to stay home or have limited in-person contact, teachers are expected to interact with multiple children and teachers alike creating a greater risk for exposure.

Well late last night the Chicago Teacher’s Union voted to pause in-person learning effective immediately and return to virtual learning online.

Surprisingly when trying to log into their CPS accounts today, teachers found themselves locked out and unable to teach. With the decision being very controversial many believe that the lockout was purposefully done and are even going as far as to call it the #LightfootLockout.

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