25,000 remote students sign up for in-person learning 2 days after opt-in window opens!
About 25,000 fully remote students have so far signed up to go back to classrooms for the remainder of this school year, just two days after New York City opened the opt-in period, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Friday.
That number represents nearly 4% of the students who have chosen to learn from home full-time. Families have until April 7 to indicate their interest in returning for some in-person learning this year. The city has not yet announced a return date for these children.
So far, the city is only promising to allow students in grades pre-K-5 to return before extending the invitation back to middle and high school students. But they asked all families to indicate whether they wanted to return. City officials did not say how many of these 25,000 students are in pre-K and elementary school.
To read more please visit: https://ny.chalkbeat.org/2021/3/26/22352927/25000-fully-remote-students-sign-up-for-in-person-learning
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