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  • 6 families across New York share closer look at school in a pandemic

    Oct 8, 2020

    10.07.2020 | LoHud | “Inequities pre-dated the pandemic, but we are very worried that these inequities have only grown,” says Randi Levine, policy director at New York City nonprofit Advocates for Children. 

    Six families whose children attend public school in urban districts across the state recently opened their doors to USA TODAY Network New York journalists for an intimate look at the frustrations, worries and realities of entering into this unprecedented school year. Read article