NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – There’s a new proposal to cap classroom capacity in New York City.
The move is designed to help with social distancing in classrooms to protect against COVID and improve the learning process.READ MORE: Global Citizen Live Returns To Central Park For Star-Studded Concert
If the bill is approved, it would mean, on average, the maximum number of students per classroom would be anywhere from 14 to 21.
Last year, high schools reportedly had roughly 26 kids per class.READ MORE: NYC Congressional Representatives Call On President Biden To Intervene In Rikers Island Crisis
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The president of the teachers union supports the proposal.MORE NEWS: Vaccine Mandate For NYC Teachers, Department Of Education Workers Put On Hold By Federal Judge
The legislation would give city schools three years to phase in the changes.