Education

A teacher conducts class remotely at One World Middle School at Edenwald in the Bronx.
New York City prepares for the long haul.
Many New York City students are sill waiting on laptops and tablets to make remote learning possible.
New reports reveal that students still do not have tablets or internet service required to participate in remote classes.
The results from New York City's testing initiative at schools suggests young children are less susceptible to contracting and transmitting COVID-19.
New York City tested a significant portion of its students and teachers in early October. Out of 10,676 tests only 18 were positive.
A student at One World Middle School in the Bronx.
Remote attendance data was released for the first time.
The governor will meet with Orthodox Jewish leaders on Tuesday in NYC to discuss recent COVID outbreaks.
Coronavirus hot spots will face additional restrictions to avoid a wider citywide outbreak.
Students at P.S. 188 The Island School on September 29th.
Though the state restored aid payments, schools are still preparing for possible cuts in the future.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and First Lady Chirlane McCray welcoming Pre-K students back to school in Queens.
With the rest of the city’s in-person classes starting next week, challenges remain to prepare providers.
Rochester Police Chief La'Ron Singletary on September 8, 2020.
Rounding up the week’s political news.
Students walking in to the first day of school at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Academyon September 9, 2020.
Families in multigenerational homes and fears of the coronavirus drive choice to stay in virtual classrooms.
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio visiting Village Academy in Queens on August 12, 2020.
A temporary setback could help the mayor in the long run.
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