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NYC’s ‘Project Open Arms’ to help migrant children for start of school year

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The city expects 1,000 school-age asylum seekers will enter the public school system this fall. Pop-up family welcome centers will be set up. The city is also looking into coordinating transportation and hiring more bilingual teachers. The influx of migrants comes as the city's school system is already facing potential budget cuts.
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New York PostNew York Post

NYC schools to enroll at least 1,000 migrant children for upcoming year

The school districts expecting the largest influxes are Districts 2 and 3 -- or most of Manhattan-- as well as District 10 in the northwest Bronx.

1 month ago·New York, United States
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NYC schools facing challenges with migrant children

With the start of the school year around the corner, New York City will have to find ways to accommodate migrant children in the classroom among vaccine mandates. One America's Caitlin Sinclair has details.

1 month ago·San Diego, United States
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NYC’s ‘Project Open Arms’ to help migrant children for start of school year

NEW YORK (PIX11) — With less than three weeks until the start of the school year, New York City schools are preparing for an influx of migrant children seeking asylum.  This is part of Mayor E…

1 month ago·New York, United States
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GothamistGothamist

NYC schools prepare to welcome influx of at least 1,000 migrant children from Texas border

The new students, who arrived with some 6,000 asylum-seekers in recent months, will receive specialized aid, the schools chancellor said.

1 month ago·New York, United States
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NYC schools to enroll 1,000 migrant children

City leaders say they are expecting a huge influx of migrant children who arrived from Texas when the new school year begins, and have prepared a plan to welcome them.

1 month ago
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