New York City Mayor’s Advisory Council Warned of Teacher Shortage Four Months Ago

Back in May, Mayor Bill de Blasio appointed dozens of New York City’s most experienced leaders in education and social services to advise him on how to reopen schools in the midst of the new coronavirus pandemic.

And then he ignored much of their advice, according to nine members of the group. The Education Sector Advisory Council, which had 45 total members, disbanded in late June after six online meetings of about two hours each.


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