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Home Education Coronavirus Live Updates : NPR

Coronavirus Live Updates : NPR

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New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio said on Wednesday that the city‘s schools will open in the fall, but with a mix of in-person and remote learning options.

The plan will likely put students in school twice a week, according to a statement released by the mayor and city Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza on Wednesday.

De Blasio also noted that 75% of NYC families wanted their kids back in school.

75% of families want to send their kids back to school in the fall.

‘Getting our kids back to school successfully and safely is the single biggest part of restarting our city,’ de Blasio said in the statement.

Our approach for the fall maximizes in person instruction while protecting health and safety of our students and educators.

The statement also noted that schools will require social distancing, masks and extra access to hand sanitizer.

New York State has also seen a big dip in coronavirus numbers.


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