Frustrated parents took their message to the mayor's front door Wednesday, letting him know they want kids back in classrooms in December; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.
Parents Protest Outside Gracie Mansion To Demand NYC Schools ReopenFrustrated parents took their message to the mayor's front door Wednesday, letting him know they want kids back in classrooms in December; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.
Frustrated Parents Demand NYC Reopen SchoolsParents, students and community leaders rallied outside Gracie Mansion Wednesday morning to demand the mayor reopen schools.
Lawsuit Filed Over Internet Service For Homeless Students In NYCA lawsuit has been filed against the de Blasio administration on behalf of some of the city's most vulnerable students.
Local Leaders In New York State, City Make Moves To Bridge Digital Divide For StudentsThe digital divide for students has been exacerbated by the pandemic, but Tuesday, New York state and city leaders are making moves to bridge the gap; CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Demanding Answers: Mother Gets Daughter Seated In City’s Learning Bridges Program Following CBS2 ReportAs New York City schools operate remotely, some say a city daycare program is turning away students with special needs. CBS2's Lisa Rozner demanded answers.
Update: Mother Gets Daughter Seated In City’s Learning Bridges Program Following CBS2 ReportAs New York City schools operate remotely, some say a city daycare program is turning away students with special needs. CBS2's Lisa Rozner demanded answers.
Columbia University Students Banned For Travel ViolationsColumbia University banned at least 70 students for violating COVID-19 travel restrictions.
Students With Special Needs Face Major Setback As NYC Schools Switch To All-Remote LearningThe sudden switch to remote learning in New York City public schools is a major setback for students with special needs. City statistics show more than half were taking in-person classes, likely because they rely on support services that can't be replicated through a screen; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
NYC City Council Grills Department Of Education On Lack Of Devices For StudentsIt'll be at least another month before thousands of city public school students finally get a device for remote learning. The City Council grilled the Department of Education about this during a hearing Friday; CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
NYC Teachers Say Guidance Minimal On Remote LearningSome teachers joined parents, students and lawmakers denouncing the decision by Mayor Bill de Blasio to close New York City public schools in the wake of increasing coronavirus positive tests. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports
Some New Rochelle Schools Going To All-Remote LearningMore than 10,000 New Rochelle students will be learning from home until at least Dec. 3.
Mayor De Blasio Defends Decision To Close Schools, Parents Push Back Against Return To Remote LearningMayor de Blasio is defending his decision to close public school buildings as COVID cases rise. But, some parents and community leaders say the move was made without enough preparation or clear guidance on when schools can reopen. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports.
NYC Parents To Keep Kids In ClassThere are many unanswered questions amid a school setback in New York City. Mayor Bill de Blasio says he and the Department of Education are working on new standards to reopen schools as coronavirus cases continue to rise, but parents are upset schools had to be shut down again. CBS2's John Dias reports.
NYC Schools Closed Until Further NoticeNew York City public schools are closed Thursday as students learn remotely. The move comes after a surge in COVID cases in the city, and there's no set date for reopening. CBS2's John Dias has the details.
3 New Rochelle Schools Switching To All-Remote ClassesSome New Rochelle schools will switch to all-remote learning starting Thursday.
Thousands Of NYC Students Still Lack Necessary Devices As Schools Go All RemoteIn-person learning is now on hold indefinitely, but Mayor Bill de Blasio's decision to go back to remote learning is leaving tens of thousands of New York City students in the lurch; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Long Island Officials Want To Keep Schools Open Amid Spike In COVID CasesLong Island is seeing the highest number of positive COVID cases since it began reopening in May, but students attending in-person classes have not been part of the spread; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
NYC Catholic Schools Will Remain Open Despite Public School ClosureCatholic schools across the city will remain open.
NYC Schools Switching To All-Remote LearningNew York City public schools are now going all remote, starting Thursday. The mayor announced Wednesday that the city's seven-day average hit 3%, triggering the closure of the schools' buildings; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Mayor Bill de Blasio Announces NYC Public Schools Switching To All-Remote LearningNew York City public schools will switch to all-remote learning. Mayor Bill de Blasio held a news conference to discuss the decision.
New York City Public Schools Switching To All-Remote LearningNew York City public schools will switch to all-remote learning starting Thursday. CBSN New York's Dana Tyler reports.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Gives COVID UpdateGovernor Andrew Cuomo held a news conference to discuss the state's coronavirus response as New York City was poised to announce public schools were switching to all-remote learning.
SUNY Schools Testing Students For COVID Before They Return Home For Thanksgiving BreakExit testing is underway at SUNY schools across New York State. It's an ambitious plan to require all students get COVID tested before they head home for Thanksgiving; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
NYC Public Schools Remain Open For Now, As Officials Reevaluate Standard For Switching To All-RemoteNew York City is teetering on the brink of a second wave of coronavirus infection, but it’s not bad enough to close the schools – yet. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports.