New York City public school parents have until tomorrow to decide whether they want their kids to attend schools in-person at least some of the time or be entirely remote. And while the Department of Education has outlined what each option would look like, a final decision for the country's largest school district has not yet been made.
Amy Zimmer, New York Bureau Chief for Chalkbeat, explains where we are in the process of going back to school, when a final decision might be announced, and who will make it. Plus, we'll be taking calls from parents about the choice they've made for their kids and what their concerns are for the school year ahead.
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