Chicago had a long list of disengaged students. Did efforts to reel them in pay off?

Thursday, October 07, 2021

Richards Career Academy on Chicago’s South Side set out to reach 180 students the district had flagged as at risk of missing the school year’s start — nearly 80% of its student body.  The school’s campaign was part of a broader push by Chicago Public Schools to re-engage tens of thousands of students who either tuned out remote learning last year or logged on only intermittently.

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