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  • Will COVID-19 worsen inequality in New York City?

    Apr 14, 2020

    03.20.2020 | News Decoder | With New York’s public schools shut down until at least late April, the pandemic risks exacerbating class disparities among the young. Students from wealthier families can learn via video conferencing technology and resort to private tutors, while such costly options are not widely available to the needier. There are 114,000 homeless children in New York City, according to a 2019 report by the not-for-profit Advocates for Children of New York. Many of these children receive food at school. Read article