de Blasio Again Delays Reopening Of NYC Schools

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New York City will not be reopening K-12 classrooms on Sept. 21 but will instead delay K-5 and K-8 schools until Sept. 29 and middle and high schools to Oct. 1 due to coronavirus risks, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Thursday.

Until then, students will continue with remote learning, which began Wednesday.

“Obviously, remote learning has begun already. … We are doing this to make sure that all the standards we’ve set can be achieved,” de Blasio said during a news conference. “We have to have social distancing throughout schools, cleaning constantly, face coverings on students and adults alike.”

This is not New York City’s first delay. Earlier in September, de Blasio delayed reopening classrooms to Sept. 21 in a deal struck with the city’s powerful unions representing teachers, staff and administrators.

Read more at Fox News.

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  1. The entire shutting down of schools throughout the entire Covid thingy has been absolutely unwarranted, for children have an almost ZERO chance of getting or transmitting the disease. Furthermore, when children are wrongly kept cooped up at their homes for endless weeks and months, with parents who are likewise being wrongly kept jailed up in their homes for endless weeks and months — and have thus lost their source of $$$$$ income and are thus correctly severely anguished and angered at having their $$$$$ income stolen from them — THERE IS EXTREMELY GREAT DANGER of the excessively-distraught-pushed-into-a-corner-parents harming and even murdering their children, Rachmana Litzlan!!

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