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    Nov 23, 2020

    11.20.20 | NY Post | “We are deeply concerned about the decision to close schools on such short notice,” said Randi Levine, policy director at Advocates for Children of New York, a group focused on providing resources for disabled children and low-income families. 

    “Children who had been developing social and language skills have taken a step back and started to have more tantrums to communicate their needs. This is a very challenging time for them.” 

    Levine said she hopes the mayor and the governor “will work together to restart in person instruction as quickly as possible for children with disabilities, English language learners and children who are homeless.” Read article