New York City public schools will only partially resume in the fall
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Socially distanced fifth graders at an NYC public school in June 2020, ahead of their virtual graduation. Michael Loccissano/Getty Images New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio finally announced a plan to reopen the city's 1,800 public schools on July 8, according to The New York Times.The city's 1.1 million students have been learning remotely…
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.