“I am working closely with the President of UFT. And we will find the right way to educate our children in a very safe environment and if we are able to temporarily set up a remote option, ours to do so. Welcome, Adams said during a news conference.
He said that when he is ready to talk with the teachers’ union leadership about distance learning options, he aims to keep children in school.
Adams said, “I want kids in school because it’s not just academics. You hear me saying it all the time, it’s a holistic approach to the full development of a child’s personality. All the experts say they have to be in school.” should,” said Adams. ,
The remarks contrasted what Meyer told CNN’s Anderson Cooper last Friday, when he said a remote learning option to slow the current spread of Covid-19 in the city didn’t make sense to him, especially because virtual lessons were not effective in the first pandemic. He added that this negatively impacts children without proper access to Wi-Fi and technology, and will need time.
About 7.6% of New York City students have tested positive for COVID-19, according to sample tests released Thursday by the New York City Department of Education. The test, which covers only 23% of city schools, is a sample snapshot that was taken over a 24-hour period on Wednesday, according to the data.
According to the same data, only 77% of students reported going to school on Wednesday.
On Tuesday, students pulled out of several schools, including Brooklyn Tech High School and Bronx High School of Science, saying they want more COVID-19 testing for students and staff, as well as an option for distance learning. Huh. With approximately 6,000 students, Brooklyn Tech is the largest in-person high school in the country, according to the city’s Department of Education.
New York City school chancellor David Banks told CNN he plans to meet with some of the student leaders who dropped out.
“I certainly appreciate hearing the voices of students at any time,” Banks told CNN on Wednesday.
According to the New York City Department of Education, the school system has been conducting PCR tests at school and rapidly handing out tests to students since classes resumed.
CNN’s Mirna Alsharif, Laura Lee, Elizabeth Stuart, Christina Sguglia and David Shortell contributed to this report.
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