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Students across Cincinnati Public Schools are calling for the removal of police from the school district. During a regular board meeting on Monday, students voiced their requests from home and just outside the building where the meeting took place.

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Schools across Cincinnati Public were preparing to welcome back students on Monday. But now, COVID-19 has put a halt to those plans.

Cincinnati Public Schools (screenshot from Sept. 30, 2020 meeting)

As schools transition back to in-person learning in Cincinnati, one school won't be able to.

Walnut Hills High School won't be returning to in-person classes next week for two reasons: high enrollment and small classrooms.

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Working parents face some tough decisions when it comes to remote learning for their kids. Some are opting to pay for at-home programs that provide a teacher to assist in virtual school sessions.

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According to the National Center for Education Statistics, about 46,200 students in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky have no internet service at home. As more schools start the year remote due to the coronavirus pandemic, a pilot program is working to change that.