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  • Brooklyn Teachers, Parents Reflect on First Week of Remote Learning

    Apr 14, 2020

    03.26.2020 | Brooklyn Paper | “Every day of education matters. We know that students who are homeless, and students in foster care have worse educational outcomes than their peers — they are already less likely to be proficient in reading, and more likely to drop out of school,” said Randi Levine, a policy director with Advocates for Children of New York. “So, we do worry that any further gap in their education is going to set them further behind.” Read article