No more snow days? Not so fast, says NYC teachers union.
“New York City students weren’t the only ones upset about losing snow days next school year. The city’s teachers union also cast a flurry of doubt on the move to remote instruction during inclement weather.
The education department, for the second year in a row, said that canceling snow days would help the city reach its state-mandated 180 days of instruction and avoid cutting into spring break or religious observances.
Schools could make a “seamless” transition to a day of remote learning, officials said, as the nation’s largest school system has already distributed hundreds of thousands of devices, and most students have become adept at remote learning during the pandemic.”
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