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Join our movement demanding the immediate reopening of NYC public schools, five days a week, with certified educators teaching in the classroom. 

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FOLLOW us on  Twitter  and Facebook. Check out this guide on how to use Twitter as a tool to influence elected leaders, journalists, and education thought leaders. 

Sign the Petition

SIGN our latest petition demanding the immediate reopening of NYC public schools, 5 days a week, with certified educators teaching in the classroom.

Contact Elected Leaders

CONTACT your city and state elected leaders and DOE leadership by phone, mail, email, and twitter to let them know you demand the reopening of NYC public schools. Use this website to find your City Council representative.

Donate

DONATE to the NYC Kids Belong in School fund. Imagine the influence we can wield if every NYC public school family were to donate just $20! 

Tell Us Your Story

SHARE your story. We want to hear from New York City public school families about their personal experiences with remote school the past year. 

How to Advocate on Twitter

Twitter is the most important social media forum, because it’s the public forum! Elected officials, journalists, and thought leaders can see our advocacy there, unlike advocacy in Facebook and other closed forums.

 

We need every single one of you to like and retweet all of the tweets that include the  #KeepNYCSchoolsOpen hashtag. Twitter is a great organizing tool and the more followers, likes, and retweets we have, the more attention our advocacy and demands will receive. 

 

Reminder: As you start tweeting about this issue, please use the hashtag #KeepNYCSchoolsOpen so we can find your tweets and amplify them. 

Hashtags to follow and amplify: #KeepNYCSchoolsOpen and #openschools

 

Follow and amplify our handle: @KeepNYCSchools1

Tag elected officials and journalists in your posts. Here are Twitter handles of journalists/elected officials.

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