NYC public schools to reopen remotely on September 16 and in-person on September 21

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The City of New York announced this week that NYC public schools will reopen on September 16 for a three-day transitional period when students will receive instruction remotely.

On September 21, blended learning, which is a mix of remote and in-person learning will begin.

To help keep students and staff safe, the City is planning on making testing available every month in every school, having “ample supply of facemasks and PPE, constant cleaning of our schools, including electric static cleaning, social distancing throughout the school day, pods so a small number of students and staff stay together”.

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For more information, visit the NYC Department of Education’s website.