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School’s out—Chicago educators, how are you recharging this summer?

Teacher Kathy McInerney, center, spends intervals of time dedicated to teaching a specific group of students during class at CICS West Belden. The Chicago charter school employs the personalized learning method for its K-8 students. The school is part of the Chicago International Charter School network, and is managed by Distinctive Schools. Photo by Stacey Rupolo/Chalkbeat
Chicago teacher Kathy McInerney during class at CICS West Belden
Stacey Rupolo

School might be out, but that doesn’t mean you stop learning. For your students, summer might be all fun in the sun, but we know it takes a lot more to prepare for the upcoming school year and stay engaged as an educator.

We want to know: Where are you traveling? Which books are you reading? What are you doing for fun? How are you challenging yourself this summer? What professional development are you doing? What do you have your eye on in education news?

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