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    Students pretend to be airplanes as they walk to the playground at Carole Robertson Center for Learning in Little Village last spring. Chicago Public Schools saw some of its steepest enrollment losses in that neighborhood during the pandemic. [Youngrae Kim for Chalkbeat]

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    Hammond Elementary, a predominantly Latino school in Chicago’s Little Village neighborhood, lost almost 30% of its enrollment during the pandemic, shrinking to about 250 students from a peak of more than 500 back in the mid-2010s.

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