Council Member Elizabeth Crowley joined angry parents to call on the DOE to find a solution for the scheduling problems facing Queens Metropolitan High School.
Councilwoman Elizabeth Crowley (D-Middle Village), whose two sons attend Metropolitan, said the scheduling disaster is just “one of many problems” at the school.
“My main concern is curriculum,” Crowley said. “I want to make sure they’re getting their main subjects in. … Many sophomores don’t have a chemistry teacher.
“We’re in the sixth week of school, and many of these students have three hours during the day where they had no programming,” Crowley continued. “It’s not fair to the students, and it’s not fair to the community.”
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