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  • In-person classes will resume Sept. 21, after NYC reaches deal with labor unions

    Sep 2, 2020

    09.01.2020 | Queens Daily Eagle | “The city must resolve obstacles for children with disabilities, provide access to technology and WiFi for low-income students and better communicate with non-English speaking families,” said Advocates for Children of New York Executive Director Kim Sweet.

    “The city needs to use this additional time to develop robust plans for supporting students in the year ahead, particularly the students with the greatest needs,” Sweet said. “Given that all students will continue to learn remotely at least some of the time for the foreseeable future, the DOE must develop and implement strategies to improve online instruction.” Read article