NYC high schools bring back in-person learning starting March 22, sports will restart in April

NEW YORK – New York City high school students will restart in-person classes on March 22, after more than four months at home, city officials said Monday. Nearly 500 city high school buildings — the last remaining shuttered schools in the city — will welcome back an estimated 55,000 students and 17,000 staff. Before the coronavirus pandemic struck, city high schools had about 326,000 students. Only a fraction of the city’s parents have chosen to send their kids to school for in-person classes when given the option. And thousands of city school staffers, including about 26% of teachers, are wor…

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