The pattern and practice of NYC Chancellor Richard Carranza to make new plans without any notice to the people impacted (parents, students, teachers) is still the way the NYC Department of Education is run.
Alex Zimmerman, a reporter at Chalkbeat, writes in the article below,
"Some members of the chancellor’s parent advisory group pointed out that the latest controversy of shifting the deadline for returning to buildings fits a broader pattern of the city changing policy with little notice or time for families to plan."
Yep, that's the way the schools are run.
Sadly, I think we have to keep Mr. Carranza until de Blasio leaves in 2021. Who knows what will happen to our kids by then?
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