According to the deal, two of the city’s twelve high schools, which have been closed for more than a full calendar year, will “open” on May 14 for one day of “in-person supervision” so that they can receive a $15 million handout from the state government for getting kids back into school before the -- wait for it -- May 15 deadline.
"Education choice has never been as popular as this very moment. Policymakers have been listening. To date, 33 states have moved forward with education choice legislation this session, with 11 states passing some type of school choice bill. This education choice legislation tsunami is not likely to dissipate. "