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New York Mayor Considering Virtual Learning Option as COVID-19 Cases Surge in Classrooms

HeadlineJan 14, 2022

Here in New York City, Mayor Eric Adams said Thursday he’s discussing plans for a “temporary” remote learning option with the United Federation of Teachers. Adams had vowed to keep classrooms open when he was sworn in just two weeks ago. Up to a third of students in the nation’s largest school district have been absent from classrooms this week.

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