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When Chicago teachers went on strike last week to protest COVID-19 safety protections in the nation's third-largest school district, Democratic Party officials leapt into action.

In kindergarten, Alexander Campbell was sent to the office or suspended 35 days of the school year. In first grade, this continued — he was removed from the classroom 27 days. “It felt like the school was trying to get rid of me,” said Alex, who was a student at Flat Rock Elementary School in Powhatan, a town west of Richmond, at the time. He’s 16 now, and an advocate against the use of ...

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