Jamie Ewing longs for the day when he can return to teaching his fourth-grade class face-to-face, safely and permanently - but he is not confident that will be the case next week when he is due to go back to his school in the South Bronx. Ewing's school is among hundreds of pre-kindergarten and elementary schools in New York City that Mayor Bill de Blasio said can return to the classroom for in-person learning on Monday after an abrupt shutdown of all city schools two weeks ago due to a rise in COVID-19 cases. Next week's reopenings are an about-face from the initial plan to keep schools closed if the city's positive COVID-19 test rate exceeded 3%. With the citywide seven-day average hovering at 4.8% as of Wednesday, Ewing and other teachers are concerned about the sudden shift by de Blasio just as a second wave of infections threatens the country's most populous city. "I don,
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