What is the path forward for New York City schools? Mayoral hopefuls weigh in.
Despite Mayor Bill de Blasio’s goal of having students return to classrooms full time, while also offering an all-remote option, next school year feels like a big question mark.
The challenges ahead are immense and will fall largely on the shoulders of New York City’s next mayor. Though the new chief executive won’t take office until January 2022 — around the midpoint of the school year — she or he will still need to help the nation’s largest school system claw its way out of a prolonged period of disrupted learning.
Some problems are already clear. Enrollment has dropped sharply. Parents and educators fear students have lost important ground academically, with one in five high school students not completing work last spring. Many children will likely have pressing mental health needs. Those living in shelters may be behind because they haven’t had reliable Wi-Fi access…”
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