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School Reopening Updates & Resources

What's happening at INCLUDEnyc

Online Workshops

September 14: Building the future of disability justice, 5 PM
In partnership with Accessibility at Lincoln Center

September 17: Advocacy skills for families, 5 PM 

Mandarin interpretation available.

September 24: Transition for families, 4 PM

September 28: Advantages of remote Early Intervention evaluations, 4 PM

September 29: Turning 18 and Social Security/SSI, 4 PM

September 29: EI to CPSE for families, 5 PM

Resources

Updates

Updated September 17, 2020, 11 AM

NYC Department of Education:

Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Carranza announced today that remote learning will continue. Back to school in-person reopening for instruction will happen in several phases:

  • Monday, September 21: 3-K, Pre-K, District 75 (all grades)
  • Tuesday, September 29: K-5, K-8
  • Thursday, October 1: Middle and High Schools, Secondary Schools, Transfer/Adult Education

NYCDOE has hired 4,500 additional educators to support in-person learning.


Updated September 8, 2020, 11:30 AM

NYC Department of Education:


Updated September 1, 2020, 11 AM

NYC Department of Education:

  • The first day of the 2020-21 academic school year has been moved to Wednesday, September 16, 2020. All students will remotely begin to transition to online learning for three days from September 16-18th, 2020. In-person learning in school buildings will begin for blended learning students on hybrid schedules on Monday, September 21.

Resources

Updates

Updated September 1, 2020, 11 AM

NYC Department of Education:

  • NYC families of children in 3-K programs through 8th grade can now apply for new free child care options on the days their children are scheduled for remote learning.


To view past updates and resources, click here.


INCLUDEnyc provides information, individual assistance, and training to youth, families, and professionals. It does not provide legal advice or representation.