They’re giving the mayor an F!

Dozens of public school teachers marched through Downtown Brooklyn on Monday evening to demand safer working conditions as in-person classes resume, arguing that educators needed more testing access to stay safe amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

“I’m scared as a New Yorker, because the [Department of Education] is not showing it has the capacity to be able to do [adequate testing], and I think they have to be honest and stop lying to us,” said Brooklyn school teacher Sarah Yorra at the rally, which started at the Department’s Court Street offices and headed to Borough Hall.

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They’re giving the mayor an F!

Dozens of public school teachers marched through Downtown Brooklyn on Monday evening to demand safer working conditions […]

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