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UFT President and staff gather around a table to view a laptop

MS 245 (The Computer School) art teacher Jennifer O'Connell-Knoerzer (left) talks about the pros and cons of remote learning with (from second left) UFT President Michael Mulgrew, PS 334 Chapter Leader David Fisher, UFT District 3 Representative Elizabeth Espert and MS 245 Chapter Leader Diamond Skinner during a tour of the co-located schools on the William J. O'Shea Campus in Manhattan on March 4.

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A woman turns to talk to two men in a classroom. All are wearing masks.

PS 334 (The Anderson School) ELA teacher Megan Freund (left) and Chapter Leader David Fisher talk to Mulgrew.

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UFT President talks outside with school members. All are wearing masks,

Mulgrew is greeted by (from left) chapter leaders Michael Coen of MS 247, David Fisher of PS 334, Diamond Skinner of MS 245 and MS 245 teachers Cristina Cappiello and Jennifer Schoen.

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Four staffers and UFT President pose for a photo in the school hallway.

Taking a group shot with Mulgrew (right) are (from left) UFT District 3 Representative Elizabeth Espert and chapter leaders Michael Coen of MS 247, David Fisher of PS 334 and Diamond Skinner of MS 245.

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Four students doing schoolwork while being socially distant.

Windows are open and desks spaced in an 8th-grade algebra class at MS 247.

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UFT President talking while moving his hands. Woman in the background observes. Both are wearing masks,

Mulgrew visits Chapter Leader Diamond Skinner's classroom at MS 245.

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A woman is wearing a mask and appears to be smiling.

MS 245 school counselor Erin Hill in her office.

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A woman stands besides her desk. She is wearing a remote headset.

ELA teacher Cristina Cappiello with materials she wheels between rooms at MS 245.

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UFT President and staff gather around a table to view a laptop

MS 245 (The Computer School) art teacher Jennifer O'Connell-Knoerzer (left) talks about the pros and cons of remote learning with (from second left) UFT President Michael Mulgrew, PS 334 Chapter Leader David Fisher, UFT District 3 Representative Elizabeth Espert and MS 245 Chapter Leader Diamond Skinner during a tour of the co-located schools on the William J. O'Shea Campus in Manhattan on March 4.

Jonathan Fickies
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A woman turns to talk to two men in a classroom. All are wearing masks.

PS 334 (The Anderson School) ELA teacher Megan Freund (left) and Chapter Leader David Fisher talk to Mulgrew.

Jonathan Fickies
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UFT President talks outside with school members. All are wearing masks,

Mulgrew is greeted by (from left) chapter leaders Michael Coen of MS 247, David Fisher of PS 334, Diamond Skinner of MS 245 and MS 245 teachers Cristina Cappiello and Jennifer Schoen.

Jonathan Fickies
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Four staffers and UFT President pose for a photo in the school hallway.

Taking a group shot with Mulgrew (right) are (from left) UFT District 3 Representative Elizabeth Espert and chapter leaders Michael Coen of MS 247, David Fisher of PS 334 and Diamond Skinner of MS 245.

Jonathan Fickies
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Four students doing schoolwork while being socially distant.

Windows are open and desks spaced in an 8th-grade algebra class at MS 247.

Jonathan Fickies
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UFT President talking while moving his hands. Woman in the background observes. Both are wearing masks,

Mulgrew visits Chapter Leader Diamond Skinner's classroom at MS 245.

Jonathan Fickies
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A woman is wearing a mask and appears to be smiling.

MS 245 school counselor Erin Hill in her office.

Jonathan Fickies
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A woman stands besides her desk. She is wearing a remote headset.

ELA teacher Cristina Cappiello with materials she wheels between rooms at MS 245.

Jonathan Fickies

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