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Bullied, badgered, publicly scorned: Suburban school boards feel the heat — and the hate — as they weigh COVID-19 school closings

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Naperville Central High School student athlete Ethan Pytlak, 16, center, departs with his family after speaking outside the DuPage County courthouse in October. A lawsuit was filed against the Illinois High School Association to reinstate athletics following COVID-19 restrictions. (John J. Kim / Chicago Tribune)

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