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Reema Amin covers New York City public schools. Before Chalkbeat, she covered city and state government for the Daily Press in Virginia’s Hampton Roads region and was a breaking news reporter at the Chicago Sun-Times. Reema received a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a master’s degree in public affairs journalism from Columbia College Chicago.

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All NYC public school families can get up to a $50 monthly internet credit — while the money lasts

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Todas las familias de escuelas públicas de NYC pueden recibir hasta $50 de crédito mensual para Internet — mientras duren los fondos

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Oral presentations, research papers, science experiments: NY to pilot new ways of earning a diploma

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After two years of disruption, New York’s state exams will go on as normal this spring

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Will New York require COVID vaccines for students? The state’s pediatricians hope so.

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As vaccine mandate kicks in, 95% of NYC schools staff have received COVID shots

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De Blasio insists substitutes will fill staff gaps caused by vaccine refusal. Some schools have doubts.

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NYC schools to begin screening students for social-emotional skills next month

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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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NYC teachers union, city at impasse over vaccine mandate