Students, who missed five days of classes, returned to school on Wednesday after a tentative deal was reached between the district and the union.
Democrats have shown increased interest in keeping schools open as voters grapple with the effect closures have on their children.
Last week's record number of closures were particularly concentrated in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Midwest.
The Chicago Teacher's Union voted in favor of a return to remote learning, causing Chicago Public Schools to cancel classes on Wednesday.
"As far as I'm concerned, they should all lose their job," co-founder Tiffany Justice told Newsweek about the vote from the Chicago Teachers Union.
New Jersey has the most school closures by far. The state's positive cases have doubled among students and more than quadrupled among staff.
According to an analysis by Newsweek, at least 378 schools in more than a dozen states moved to remote learning for the remainder of 2021.
Earlier this month, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee signed an executive order allowing parents to opt their kid out of a school's mask mandate.
Up to 60 students partied together in violation of Massachusetts social distancing rules earlier this month, with 15 unidentified partygoers running into the woods when police arrived on the scene.
Nearly 66 percent of Florida residents would be in support of the issuing a new stay-at-home order, according to a new survey.
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Winter weather caused school closings and delays across the country.
A string of schools are closed or on a delayed opening schedule in parts of the Northeast, including in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island in the aftermath of a severe winter storm.
More than 200 schools across New Jersey, Connecticut, Albany and other parts of the New England area are closed following severe disruption from the winter storm that hit the Northeast this weekend.
Temperatures are nearing record levels, six to 12 inches of snow is predicted and dozens of schools are delayed in opening or closed
California has been swept by another rapidly moving fire in the Somis and Santa Paula areas of Ventura County.
The snow was starting Thursday afternoon.
Some schools have proposed cutting into spring break in April or holding classes on Saturdays.
Newsweek staffers dish out their best advice for making the most out of a snowy situation.