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  • Elected officials, parents call for another chance for New York City students to opt into in-person learning

    Dec 1, 2020

    11.30.2020 | City & State | It’s also currently unclear how many schools will be able to offer five days of in-person instruction. “We have already heard from a number of schools that they are not able to offer five-day in-person instruction at this time,” said Randi Levine, policy director at Advocates for Children of New York, an advocacy group that primarily works with low-income students. “So I think that the city has work to do to ensure that schools have the staffing and space that they need to offer five-day in-person instruction.” Read article