NYC Schools To Delay Start Time Under Safety Deal

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New York City public schools, the largest U.S. school system, will delay the start of classes by 11 days to Sept. 21 under an agreement with education unions that had pushed for additional coronavirus safety measures, Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Tuesday.

Unions, led by the United Federation of Teachers, had expressed concern that the city was rushing into its Sept. 10 scheduled start of the school year without taking adequate steps to protect teachers, students and staff from infections.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Nonsense. The corrupt Teachers Union had 6 months to prepare. This is just another ruse by them to steal the taxpayers of NYC. The dumb lurch who occupies City Hall is in on the take.

  2. You are out of your mind. he DOE had 6 months to check buildings and did nothing.. before my son went back to yeshiva he needed to produce results from covid test. Are the teachers being unreasonable to ask for this?

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