They’re not prepared and it’s undependable to return into schools. That is the idea of numerous New York City state funded teachers seven days before in-person learning is set to start.
As the worries develop, so has the quantity of instructors who have tried positive for COVID-19.
With uproarious serenades of “Safe training is an absolute necessity!” and much bolder proclamations composed on banners, a few instructors met Tuesday for one more day of fights outside Grace Dodge grounds in the Belmont part of the Bronx, CBS2’s John Dias revealed.
“We don’t confide in the DOE to make it safe,” one instructor said.
Just before the principal day of virtual learning for government funded schools in the city, the instructors were requiring the entire year to stay on the web, until structures are more secure, or there’s a Covid fix.
“We know how hazardous COVID could truly be for our understudies and how much injury they’ve suffered in the previous seven months, and we can’t acknowledge that to happen once more,” said social examinations instructor Alexandra Haridopolos.
Sari Rosenberg was among a small bunch of educators suddenly sent home from the High School for Environmental Studies in Hell’s Kitchen this week, after a potential COVID-19 presentation from an associate with indications.
“I need to figure I don’t have COVID, yet I won’t know until I get that test back,” Rosenberg told CBS2’s Jessica Layton. “The one penance I don’t figure anybody ought to make is their wellbeing.”
Instructors from PS 63 on the Lower East Side walked in fight, reciting, “We won’t pass on for the DOE!” CBS2’s Hazel Sanchez announced.
Instructors from the Neighborhood School and S.T.A.R. Institute said the East Third Street building they share off Avenue B isn’t sheltered, notwithstanding getting a passing level from the city’s ventilation activity group.
“So when we go in and our windows don’t open and they’re stating, admirably, you have windows. That is insufficient,” Amy Parker said.