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NYC community-based child care programs remain open as parents scramble to shift to full remote learning

New York City community-based child care programs are set to remain open as parents scramble to shift to full remote learning.

News 12 Staff

Nov 19, 2020, 12:06 AM

Updated 1,310 days ago

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New York City community-based child care programs are set to remain open as parents scramble to shift to full remote learning.
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Wednesday that city schools will be closed for in-person learning until at least Thanksgiving due to the rise in COVID-19 rates.
Department of Education officials say community-based early childhood and family care programs, as well as Learning Bridges sites, will remain open to serve children and families in person.
Some parents are not happy with the decision, saying it's aggravating and that schools need to do better.
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