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How coronavirus is changing school policy and what it means for the future

Join interim State Education Department Commissioner Dr. Betty A. Rosa and New York State United Teachers President Andy Pallotta for a discussion on how COVID-19 is changing education policy and what it could mean for the future. Moderated by Newsday Columnist and Editorial Writer Lane Filler.

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On Tuesday, elementary school students returned to public NYC elementary school students return to public schools in person The National Weather Service's Islip office said on Tuesday's forecast: Rain, highs in the low 70s On Monday, Parents and advocates from New York Angry parents and advocates question: Where are the laptops? Sandra Gaskin is a substitute teacher in the The difficulties of finding substitute teachers during the pandemic The National Weather Service says there is a Monday's forecast: Chance of showers, high in low 70s Long Islanders express their thoughts about President Donald LIers react to Trump's Supreme Court nominee Paul Capoziello talks about the impact of losing his restaurant in Sunday morning blaze destroys Floral Park businesses Long Islanders showed their support for President Donald Pro-Trump supporters rally in Huntington Protesters gathered in front of Brentwood State Park Protesters gather in Brentwood for Breonna Taylor The 'Tunnel to Towers Run' was canceled in 'Tunnel to Towers Run' canceled, 9/11 heroes still honored Protesters marched in Hicksville on Saturday demanding justice A peaceful protest in Hicksville for Breonna Taylor Paula Geslani, co-founder of the Jericho Kindness Coalition, Jericho 'kindness fest' backs proposed homeless center Mark Desiree, assistant director of the New York New technology helping NYC investigators solve crimes The mayor of Glen Cove held a massive 2020 census outreach held in Glen Cove Assistant professor of psychology at Hofstra University Emily Barkley-Levenson explains College students struggle to remain socially distant From rallies in Hempstead to protests in Brooklyn Protests, rallies continue for justice in Breonna Taylor case Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone said without federal Bellone warns of Suffolk bus cuts without federal aid The average Long Island driver spends 81 extra Report: LI drivers spend extra 81 hours a year in traffic The National Weather Service said Friday will be Friday's forecast: Mostly sunny and warm, highs in 70s Nationwide, attitudes of a growing number of Asian Black Lives Matter movement inspires activism among Asian Americans Protesters continued to march on Thursday in Brooklyn Protesters march in Brooklyn for Breonna Taylor Serenading her with honking horns, music and a Car parade held to support woman with ALS Long Island MacArthur Airport announced on Thursday they MacArthur Airport takes cleaning to a new level On Thursday, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced he Gov. Cuomo sets up vaccine task force Nassau County Executive Laura Currant left, and Nassau NCPD promotes first Black female chief of detectives On Thursday, John F. Kennedy High School in John F. Kennedy High School named a Blue Ribbon school According to the National Weather Service's Islip office, Thursday's forecast: Partly sunny and warm, highs in 70s Patient Kathleen Dortch, right, of Melville, receives a How racial and ethnic disparities in COVID-19 rates diminished on LI A home in Setauket caught fire on Wednesday in one Setauket home goes up in flames Stony Brook University Hospital is creating a virtual Suffolk groups seek to alleviate emotional toll of COVID-19 Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Wednesday there Mayor: Areas of concern account for 20% of all cases citywide Authorities on Wednesday said more than $1 million was Authorities: Over $1 million stolen in identity fraud scheme . Education and COVID-19: Private schools in a public health crisis The National Weather Service said Wednesday is expected Wednesday's forecast: Sunny and warm, highs in the 70s Harry Resnick, of Stony Brook, says his PSEG PSEG customers continue to have issues with service