Boston teachers and students are pushing for a safe and sustainable plan to provide services for high-needs students as in-person learning has switched to remote amid rising COVID-19 levels in the city.
“For months, we have been advocating for a safer, better plan, and that goal still has not yet been achieved. There are no winners here today, during this pandemic,” Boston Teachers Union President Jessica Tang said outside headquarters in Dorchester.
Mayor Martin Walsh said Boston Public Schools Superintendent Brenda Cassellius and her team will be releasing a plan for special education students in the coming days.
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