nyc public school social distance

nyc public school social distance

Socially distanced fifth graders at a New York City public school in June 2020, ahead of their virtual graduation.

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  • The city’s 1.1 million trainees have actually been discovering remotely since schools closed on March 16— and under de Blasio’s proposition, they will continue to do so, for the a lot of part.
  • Schools that can accommodate at least half the student body with 6-foot social distancing standards would be able to have in-person classes 2 to 3 days a week, while lower-capacity schools would only have in-person classes one to 2 days a week. Cuomo, who hasn’t signed off on de Blasio’s plan yet, also declined Trump’s directive: “School reopenings are a state decision.
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