Amid confusion and conflicting plans about how school is going to work this fall, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that New York City schools will have in-person attendance only two to three days a week. @stephgosk has more.
EDITORIAL | A test for Mayor de Blasio to pass: Parents need more answers for this fall’s challenging school reopening puzzle
On Wednesday, Mayor Bill de Blasio said that while the city’s schools will reopen in September, most students will attend in person only one to three days a week and continue virtual learning the rest of the time
Bill De Blasio’s calls for a dramatic restructuring of the day-to-day life for teachers and students, who will take part in what he calls “blended learning.” Still, New York City will not force families to send their kids to school
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio unveiled a plan for reopening the country’s largest school system in the fall with a ‘blended learning’ schedule that would have students alternating between classrooms and their homes
Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced plans to safely get students and staff back to city schools in the fall, and the new plan calls for major adjustments for both families and faculty. @HSanchezTV reports.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Wednesday that schools across the city will reopen for the fall semester, taking a mixed approach of in-person and virtual instruction.
Trump is being blamed by the media and Democrats for nearly all covid-19 failures. But let's be clear about this: NY's governance specifically has been disastrous. Cuomo and De Blasio have largely escaped censure because they are Democrats.