Concerned Parents of Yonkers Public Schools Speak to the Opening of the School and Its Aftermath on Westchester On the Level – Thursday, September 11, 2020 From 10am-12Noon

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YONKERS, NY — September 11, 2020 — Yonkers Public cool Parents/Guardian among other stakeholders engage in a discussion regarding the issues that became evident with the Yonkers Public School District opening. COVID-19 infected individuals came to be known, computer accessibility was not afforded every student, Internet service suffered slow, lagging, and sometimes freezing, among other grave concerns.Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Publisher / Editor-at-Large Will be your host today. The broadcast concludes at 12Noon

eHeziConcerned Parents of Yonkers Public Schools Speak to the Opening of the School and Its Aftermath on Westchester On the Level – Thursday, September 11, 2020 From 10am-12Noon

Comments 7

  1. The Yonkers Board of Education is an institution for learning
    It’s not a babysitting program or to take the place of parents to raise there kid

    If you didn’t want to raise them you shouldn’t have them

    1. actually public schools are intended to be a child care service during the day….Parents who work can’t also stay home with their kids and teach them….And that goes for the middle class big time…where parents are living paycheck to paycheck….that is why schools are said to be “in loco parentis” meaning they stand in the place of the parents when supervising their children…For you to state that parents shouldn’t have had kids..is patently racist Either you have never had children or you are disconnected from reality

  2. It’s become very apparent that the BOE is going to continue to ignore any subject of significance that doesn’t make them look good. They spend monies on pay raises while those in receipt are actively looking for new employment. Worse still is that the PTA is now awakened and seems to parrot Quezada‘a talking points. Aren’t they both supposed to be working for the betterment of the students?

      1. Correct. Yet they sit back and point the collective fingers. Nothing stopped the YFT proposing training during the summer. Many unions train their members in various aspects of their employment – this is one of the differences between union/nonunion is training to provide a better service. Too high a percentage of teachers hid in March- June and didn’t even attempt to provide lessons – theft of service?

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