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Post-snowfall remote learning in city schools to go for a while: NYC Mayor Adams

We did a lot of planning, we're going to revisit that planning: Schools chancellor David C. Banks

New York: New York City Mayor Eric Adams has said the post-snowfall remote learning in city schools will continue for a brief period; however the city administration is striving hard to bring about perfection in the learning atmosphere.

Addressing a press conference, the NYC Mayor said that the disarray would serve as a “teaching moment” for the city.

“Remote learning’s going to be with us for a while. The goal is to get perfection, and there’s a journey to get perfection,” A dams said.

By noon on Tuesday, the schools’ chancellor, David C. Banks, said that about 850,000 students and teachers had been able to log on.

David C. Banks said:  “We did a lot of planning, and we’re going to revisit that planning. Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the mouth. And so we got punched in the mouth, and we got knocked back, but we didn’t get knocked down. And that’s why we’re over a million people that are on now.”

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