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Richard Carranza

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Read the farewell letter Carranza sent on his last day as NYC schools chief

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NYC will soon have a new schools chief. Here’s what to know about Meisha Porter.

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Carranza to step down mid-pandemic after 3 years at helm of New York City schools

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Carranza to NYC families: ‘This is the time’ to weigh opting out of state tests

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Online tutors are helping NYC students catch up. But expanding these programs remains costly.

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NYC elementary school students can head back to buildings Dec. 7, as de Blasio shifts reopening strategy

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Most NYC students are learning online, but the city’s virtual teaching strategy remains elusive

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NYC should subsidize internet for low-income remote learners, Stringer says

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NYC suspension numbers plunged during remote learning

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Facing criticism, Carranza hints that NYC might give students more than one chance to return to classrooms

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Students return to NYC’s 1,600 schools — for now

As NYC sprints to reopen schools, several senior education officials have headed for the exit

Applying to middle or high school? NYC delays admissions policy announcement until October

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NYC schools scramble to help students who lack devices as online learning ramps up again

7 things we still don’t know about the school year in NYC, but really should

A suspension for acting out on Zoom? NYC offers little clarity on handling student misbehavior in the coronavirus era.

With a week left to reopen, can Mayor de Blasio convince NYC that school buildings are safe?

NYC teachers union prepares for strike authorization votes this week

NYC schools can hold classes outside this fall, as Carranza suggests well-funded PTAs could help pay for it

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De Blasio tells educators to step up and serve. They say the mayor is making that hard.

State budget cuts threaten 9,000 teacher jobs and NYC’s in-person learning plans, Carranza warns

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More than three dozen Manhattan principals join growing calls to delay in-person school

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Most NYC schools have firmed up their hybrid schedules. But figuring out classroom assignments remains a challenge.

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NYC will hire 400 school nurses amid pressure from educators and families

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Principals call on NYC to delay start of in-person school

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A quarter of NYC students opt out of school buildings this fall, while 736,000 are set to return — for now

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The education department distributed 321K iPads to NYC students for remote learning. Now principals have to get them back.

In financial crisis, NYC cut $707M from its education budget. These programs will feel the effects.

NYC has two options for distributing coronavirus relief to private schools. It’s suing to avoid both.

NYC schools can open if local infection rate stays below 5% — but a spike could shut buildings down again, Cuomo says

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Most NYC students will go to school 1, 2, or 3 days a week this fall. But key reopening details remain scarce.

School every three days? That could be the new reality of in-person learning in NYC.