Barack Obama Video Caught Locked Down Chicago Teachers By Surprise

In the video that Obama tweeted, he praised the educators and asked them about the challenges of teaching their students remotely.

Chicago Public Schools educators get a coronavirus lockdown video call they won’t soon forget. Teachers said they were “overwhelmed,” honored,” “beyond excited” and even trembling when former President Barack Obama called them to mark National Teachers Appreciation Week.

Obama, a longtime Chicago resident, thanked three teachers for their dedication, asked them to explain how they got into teaching and heard them talk of the challenges they’ve faced during the coronavirus pandemic in a video that he tweeted Wednesday.

There was even a sweet exchange at the end involving the Michael Jordan-Chicago Bulls documentary “The Last Dance,” which includes a cheeky reference to the former president.

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