NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — New York City public schools reopen for in-person learning Friday after classes went all-remote for the storm.

This comes as the New York City Council passed a bill that will require the Department of Education to post remote learning attendance data monthly on its website.

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The DOE will also have to provide metrics, including language access or support, and the number of internet-enabled devices distributed to students.

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CBS2 reached out to the DOE for comment bus has not heart back.

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