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Mayor Adams Says He’s Open to a Remote Learning Option
Mayor Eric Adams of New York City said his administration would continue to push for in-person learning, but would also consider a temporary remote option for students.
Safest place is in school, and I’m going to continue to push that, but we do have to be honest that there’s a substantial number of children, for whatever reasons, parents are not bringing them to school. I have to make sure children are educated. My goal is to continue to push forward to get our children in school, but I must entertain with my — president of the U.F.T. to come together as a partner and say, “How do we, No. 1, identify those children that are not in the school?” Because we want to go see them, bring them into school. But I’m willing to sit down and entertain with the U.F.T., if there is a way to do a temporary remote option.
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