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Educators focus on summer programs to help students get their mojo back

On Board Online • May 3, 2021

By Merri Rosenberg
Special Correspondent

Like nearly everything else this school year, the pandemic is going to affect summer programs. While last summer involved remote academic classes, districts are looking forward to offering in-person classes this summer, as well as enrichment activities.

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FOR RELEASE: April 7, 2021

NYSSBA appreciates the commitment to our students’ ongoing educational needs – as well as the extraordinary needs brought on by the global pandemic – shown in the 2021-22 budget approved by the governor and the state Legislature.

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