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BLOG # 129

Las escuelas de la ciudad de Nueva York siguen aumentando el apoyo prometido para los estudiantes con discapacidades

BLOG # 129

NYC Schools Still Ramping Up Promised Support For Students With Disabilities *

But schools are still struggling to staff and launch the new sessions. Administrators report teachers are burned out and it has been difficult to find instructors willing to take on additional hours. The education department originally said the programs would kick off in October,, and although some schools do have their programs up and running now, officials acknowledged at Thursday’s hearing that many are still getting set up. They said the rest will be in place by December 6th, three months into the new school year.




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(New York City has had public school buildings since 1812. Many buildings are close to 100 years old. They are outdated and obsolete and hard to upgrade. New schools are expensive, and therefore will not be built. Special Education students, as well as regular education students suffer the consequences of a poorly funded public education system.) (La ciudad de Nueva York ha tenido edificios de escuelas públicas desde 1812. Muchos edificios tienen cerca de 100 años. Están obsoletos y son difíciles de actualizar. Las escuelas nuevas son caras y, por lo tanto, no se construirán. Los estudiantes de educación especial, así como Los estudiantes de educación regular sufren las consecuencias de un sistema de educación pública poco financiado.)


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