It’s going to be a first day of school like none other.
Nearly one million New York City public school students will be returning to class on Monday morning to kick off a new learning year.
It will be the first day of classes without a remote option since the COVID-19 pandemic closed school doors in March 2020 — and a bevvy of issues leading up to reopening have dominated headlines in recent weeks.
Here are some of the topics parents need to know about the nation’s largest public system as another year begins:
There is currently no vaccine mandate for older students in the
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