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NYC schools in-person teaching delayed again

Mayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday announced  a change to New York City schools in-person reopening. It is now a phased-in approach, with 3-K, prekindergarten and special education starting on Sept. 21, K-5 and K-8 schools on Sept. 29 and middle and high schools on Oct. 1. Credit: NY Mayor's Office


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