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Don’t require unvaccinated children to attend school in person, Illinois parents tell State Board of Education prior to binding vote

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Prekindergarten instructor Angela Panush helps a student with his lunch as others in the classroom eat at their desks on the first day of in-person learning at Dawes Elementary School in Chicago in January. Kindergarten through 12th grade schools would be required to have full-time in-person classes in the fall under a proposed new state rule. (Jose M. Osorio / Chicago Tribune)

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