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Alex Zimmerman joined the Chalkbeat team in 2016. Before that, he was a staff writer at the Pittsburgh City Paper and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. His work has appeared in The Atlantic, Village Voice, Vice and Atlas Obscura. Alex can be reached at azimmerman@chalkbeat.org.

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NYC slashed the hours of ‘Situation Room’ handling school COVID cases. Educators say it’s slowing down quarantine decisions.

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Unvaccinated and masked students no longer have to quarantine as COVID testing becomes weekly in NYC schools

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NYC teachers union calls for weekly covid testing for some students as first school closes with at least 16 positive staff cases

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NYC teacher vaccine mandate expands to all charter schools

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In major test, New York City schools reopen for nearly 1 million students

Most of the city’s nearly 1 million students have not set foot in a classroom in almost 550 days.

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COVID cases have already closed hundreds of NYC charter school classrooms

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NYC plans to screen nearly 200,000 students in the early grades to uncover struggling readers. Then what?

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What type of instruction will NYC students receive in quarantine? Schools are in the dark.

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COVID safety plan for NYC schools: less testing, remote instruction for quarantined students

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Students, parents and experts in NYC and Newark weigh in on mental health in schools