P.S. 192, the Jacob H. Schiff school in Manhattan.
Health experts say major school renovations and more robust coronavirus testing would likely be needed.
Governor Cuomo on July 8th.
Each region in the state would have to keep coronavirus infections low to keep schools open.
While plans for reopening schools across New York in the fall have yet to be finalized, it’s likely that some students will continue remote learning, at least for part of the time.
With remote learning likely to continue, can New York finally get students connected?
Governor Cuomo on July 1, 2020.
This isn’t the first time during the pandemic that the governor has rebuffed one of the mayor’s ideas.
State Sen. John Liu, chairman of the state Senate New York City Education Committee.
Committee chairs from the state Senate and NY City Council object.
The Richard R. Green Middle School in the Bronx.
Lack of resources and too many home distractions contributed to the record number of students falling behind.
With pools closed and summer camps and beaches likely to close, what will New York kids do this summer?
Without pools and summer camps, there’s no clear plan for the city’s youth after school ends.
The coronavirus has changed schooling in New York into something unrecognizable.
If New York schools do reopen this fall, it’s likely that remote learning will still play a major role.
After New York schools closed due to COVID-19 the United Federation of Teachers had just a week to negotiate fair working conditions for its members who would now be working from home.
Unions want to make sure teachers’ extra time and effort isn’t forgotten.
Mayor Bill de Blasio at PS1 on April 7, 2020.
School funding is completely up in the air. But key decisions will be made in the next few weeks.