Another college campus is canceling spring break.
Syracuse University Cancels Spring BreakAnother college campus is canceling spring break.
DOE Contact Tracers Hard At WorkMost of New York City's public school children who have signed up for in-person learning won't set foot in a classroom until next week, but the Department of Education is already reporting coronavirus cases in buildings. CBS2's John Dias has the details.
Connecticut's Four State Universities Cancel Spring BreakConnecticut's four state universities have canceled spring break due to the pandemic.
UFT President Says Some NYC Students Will Have Remote Instructors In ClassroomsNew York City students are set to return to the classroom next week and expect to find a teacher there waiting for them, but CBS2 has learned that might not be the case for every student. CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer explains.
NJIT Dorm Under QuarantineA college dorm in Newark is under quarantine after COVID-19 was found in the sewage water.
Bronx School Closed After At Least 2 COVID CasesA day after classes resumed for tens of thousands of New York City students, there are plenty of problems to contend with. Among them, new COVID infections that have already closed a school in the Bronx. CBS2's John Dias reports from Soundview.
NYC Teachers, Parents React After First DayA day after classes resumed for tens of thousands of New York City students, there are plenty of problems to address. Among them, new COVID infections that have already closed a school in the Bronx. CBS2's John Dias reports.
Schools: The New Normal | New York City's Youngest Students Head Back To School, While Most Others Remain All-RemoteBy Monday night, city parks were packed with kids and adults blowing off steam from a stressful first full day of remote learning. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Schools: The New Normal | Parents Feeling Stressed And Worried About This School Year Are Definitely Not AloneFor parents, the unknowns and last minute changes lead to feelings of absolute anxiety. CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.
New York City's Youngest Students Head Back To School, While Most Others Remain All-RemoteSchool started Monday, including the first wave of about 90,000 students to start in-person learning. The rest are doing remote learning, as the city slowly phases others in. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
New York City’s Youngest Students Head Back To School, Most Others Remain All-RemoteRemote classes begin Monday for New York City public schools, but in-person learning will see a staggered rollout. CBS2's John Dias reports.
Mayor Bill de Blasio Gives Daily BriefingMayor Bill de Blasio discussed the return to in-person classes and the Justice Department's designation of New York City as an "anarchist jurisdiction" among other issues during his daily briefing. .
First Schools Reopen For In-Person LearningRemote classes begin today, but in-person learning will see a staggered rollout after a delay was announced just last week. CBS2's John Dias has the details.
Tributes Pour In For The Late Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgCBS2's Jessica Layton went to Columbia University, where Ginsburg attended law school back in the late 1950s, and got reaction from students on the Supreme Court justice's passing.
Schools: The New Normal | Parents Turning To Private ‘Learning Pods’ To Supplement Remote LearningThe coronavirus pandemic has hatched a bumper crop of “learning pods.” They’re groups of children educated or tutored outside of formal school, with privately hired teachers. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff has more on how they work.
Schools: The New Normal | NY Districts To Get Full Aid This Month, But Problems Remain Across StateGov. Andrew Cuomo‘s administration says it will not withhold 20% of the aid due this month. So, a money crunch has been delayed, but there are still worries. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
New York City Parents, Teachers Sound Off After In-Person Classes Postponed AgainThe mayor said the delay will help address a staffing shortage and to make sure buildings are safe. Parents said it's getting too difficult to rearrange their schedules. CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
New York City Parents, Teachers Sound Off After In-Person Classes Postponed AgaigA "welcome back" banner hangs in front of P.S. 33 in Chelsea, which is schedule to partially reopen Monday, but is it ready? The answer depends on who you ask. CBS2's John Dias reports.
Longwood High School Closed Due To COVID-19A high school on Long Island will be closed Friday after a student there tested positive for the coronavirus.
Teachers, Parents React After NYC Schools Delayed AgainNew York City public school students will wrap up the first week back of remote learning today, but in-person learning has been postponed for most students once again.
For Homeless Students, Remote Learning Is A Real ChallengeFor the thousands of children living in homeless shelters, internet service is unreliable and childcare is often nonexistent. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports
NYC Announces Another Delay To In-Person LearningAfter weeks of complaints that city schools are not safe, the start of in-person learning has been pushed back again. But some parents and teachers say it's still not enough. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports
New York City Schools Again Postpone Start Of In-Person Classes For Most StudentsMayor Bill de Blasio said 3-k, pre-k and District 75 special education schools will still reopen Monday. However, k-5 and k-8 schools will stay remote until Sept. 29. Middle and high schools won’t reopen until Oct. 1. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Mayor De Blasio On Delaying Schools AgainMayor Bill de Blasio delivers his daily briefing on reopening schools and more in New York City.