NYC tells schools to expect an influx of summer students. With just days left, principals aren’t happy.
Just days before summer school begins, city officials informed schools on Wednesday that they may need to accommodate an influx of students, frustrating principals who said the last-minute move could create a staffing crunch.
Chancellor Meisha Porter informed principals that, “all schools should plan to serve all students interested in their site’s program,” according to a Wednesday afternoon email. The message suggested that students who have been waitlisted at programs that are oversubscribed or had not yet applied could still be sent to their home school’s summer program or one nearby.
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