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NYC’s ‘Situation Room’ is Supposed to Respond Quickly to School COVID-19 Cases. It’s Not Working, Council Members Say.

The program, critics say, has been riddled with glitches — including long waits for test results, conflicting guidance for principals and confusing letters to families.

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NYC Principals Fear Empty Virtual Summer School Classes

New teachers plus tech issues and few counselors could add up to remote instruction troubles with 178K students expected to need help, educators say.

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Coney Island Businesses Plead for a Lifesaver to Survive Extended Shutdown

Slammed by coronavirus shutdown orders, the folks who make the seaside Brooklyn amusement mecca run say rent breaks and loans may be their best hopes.

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State’s Deadliest Nursing Homes List Omits Hundreds of Fatalities

Self-reporting by facilities and lack of testing keep families in the dark about the tragic spread of coronavirus among elderly and ailing residents.

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Find Out How Much Your School’s PTA Raises

Data released for the first time Monday lays bare funding disparities between schools in wealthy neighborhoods and those in low-income ones.

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City Should Test Entire Schools for Lead Paint, Lawmakers Say

City Council Speaker Corey Johnson and Councilmember Mark Treyger, urged the city to expand its testing amid troubling findings in elementary schools.

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