New York City public schools are remote Tuesday due to a winter storm that is expected to dump up to 8 inches of snow on the five boroughs.
The city had for all intents and purposes “done away” with snow days after the COVID-19 pandemic forced more innovative and technology-dependent learning.
However, the city hadn’t moved fully remote for a snow day until now. Tuesday’s remote instruction is a sudden test of asynchronous learning for the nation’s largest public school district. And it started with some issues.
NBC New York wants to hear from parents and legal guardians on how the experience goes for both children and adults.