Gov. Cuomo: 107 school districts haven't submitted in-person learning plans
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has given until Friday for dozens of New York school districts to submit in-person reopening plans.
According to Cuomo, 107 schools districts have yet to submit their plans, and those who do not meet the deadline will not be able to have in-person learning this coming year.
"For those 107 school districts, how they didn't submit a plan is beyond me," says Cuomo.
"The main arbiter here of whether a school district has an intelligent plan to reopen and whether people have confidence in that district's plan: It's going to be the parents and it's going to be the teachers, and that requires discussion, and that's going to be a dialogue," says Cuomo.
In terms of districts that have supplied plans, districts that are found to be out of compliance will get a letter from the state Department of Health Monday naming the sections of their plans that are deficient. Those districts will have until Friday to amend their plan.
Here is the full list of districts that have not submitted reopening plans, according to Gov. Cuomo's office: