Chicago students walk out of class, demand virtual schooling for two weeks and COVID 'stipends'

Chicago students walk out of class, demand virtual schooling for two weeks and COVID 'stipends'

Chicago students walk out of class, demand virtual schooling for two weeks and COVID 'stipends' Chicago students' chants included 'f--k these racist a-- police' Chicago Public Schools students walked out of classes on Friday and made several demands, including a return to remote learning and coronavirus "stipends" for students. Students from around the CPS system walked out of class at 12:30 p.m. on Friday, with some going to the system's headquarters in downtown Chicago to voice their demands. The protest was organized by a group called Chi-RADS, which describes itself as an "organization of allied, radical CPS high schoolers from every corner of the city to organize to create an education system that best serves us." On Monday, the group issued their list of 39 demands on Twitter, stating that …
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