Will NYC schools stick with remote learning after the COVID-19 pandemic?
By MICHAEL ELSEN-ROONEY
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Caleb is pictured on his laptop while his mother, Gwendolyn Livingstone, oversees his work Sunday in Brooklyn. (Theodore Parisienne/for New York Daily News
There should be an option” for remote school, she said. “It should be like that forever.”
As city schools begin the slow transition out of pandemic learning, educators and officials are increasingly grappling with what role remote learning should play in the future of New York City education — while the virus lingers and after.