Back to school?
The public education system in New York is expected to reopen on October 1, and authorities have announced that they may also make surprise visits to private institutions, including yeshivas and Jewish schools. Authorities have warned that non-compliant educational institutions risk closure and fines.
Return to school has been postponed twice, while the parents of more than 1.1 million public education students prefer to continue distance learning. The Board of Supervisors and Principals of Schools (CSA) has called for the management of the education system – which is under the responsibility of the mayor – to be handed over to the educational authorities during the epidemic.
New York Mayor Bill de Bellasio recently pledged to mobilize 4,500 teachers to help with school and distance learning. But according to the council, an association representing 6,400 professionals in 1,800 public schools, de Blasio has failed to employ enough teaching staff.
At this stage it is still unclear whether the schools will reopen on October 1 as planned. De Bellasio and the city’s education department did not respond to CSA’s allegations.
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