Will NYC schools offer a remote option this fall? Officials are hedging.
With Mayor Bill de Blasio promising a “full” reopening of the city’s schools this fall, some parents have been asking a basic question: Will there be a fully virtual option for families who want it?
A clear answer is hard to come by.
De Blasio said in March that “my expectation is we’ll have to have a remote option,” with students either attending school five days a week in person or fully remotely.
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