NYC’s 2023-24 school calendar is out, and many teachers aren’t happy
The wait is over: New York City’s 2023-24 school calendar is live.
The first day of classes will be Thursday, Sept. 7, according to the calendar posted on Friday. Teachers are expected to report two days before that, education department officials said.
The state requires a minimum of 180 instructional days, but this year’s calendar has 182 days for students since several holidays fall on weekends. Under the teachers union contract, however, the end date remains unchanged. (Next year, the last day of school is Wednesday, June 26.) Because of this, many teachers are complaining about having to work more days than usual.
Read the full article here: https://ny.chalkbeat.org/2023/6/2/23747040/nyc-2023-2024-school-calendar-first-day-winter-recess-spring-break
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