New York City schools will be in attendance this fall with no nominations, Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Monday.
"We will not fully recover without full-fledged schools, everyone is back, sitting in those classes, the kids are learning again," de Blasio told MSNBC's "Morning Joe".
Nearly 1 million students attending traditional community schools will be in their classrooms with some of the coronavirus contracts that were available this academic year, including wearing a mask and a Covid-19 test, De Blasio said.
“Time. It's time to dump her and move on, ”she said.
After closing schools in March 2020, New York City was one of the largest US cities to reopen school buildings in the fall of that year, but most parents opted for online learning for kids only.
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Children and staff at physical education facilities were randomly tested with Covid-19, and the city reported the lowest rates of transmission in schools.
Asked how city education officials can overcome the fears of parents who have chosen to read only online, De Blasio, a Democrat, said "more information, more communication" would be the answer.
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He said parents would be invited to visit their children's schools starting in June to "recreate" in the concept of a man-made school.
“Anyone with questions or concerns, go to your child's school. See what happens, get answers, "said the mayor.Children and staff at physical education facilities were randomly tested with Covid-19, and the city reported the lowest rates of transmission in schools.
De Blasio said city schools would be able to accommodate all students under current guidelines from the Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention requiring Children and staff at physical education facilities a three-meter separation, but he thought the standard could be relaxed before the city's public schools opened in September. 13.
"I think the CDC will change those rules a little bit between now and September," De Blasio said. "But now in New York City, we could not have each child three feet [3 m] apart.