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Kids In New York City Go Back To School For In-Person Classes

After two delays and many contentious debates with teachers, parents and principals, students in the largest school district in the country are returning to in-person school.

New York City, with its 1.1 million students, became the first big city school district in the country to return to in-person classes this week. After the start of the school year was delayed twice, students came back in phases: pre-K and students with significant disabilities last week,

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