NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) -- New York City Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza got a wake-up call Friday morning as demonstrators surrounded his apartment building.
They played music and rallied against the plan to reopen schools.
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They say schools should not open for in-person class learning until the city has 14 days without new COVID-19.
This week, the teachers' union and the city agreed to start in-person classes on Sept. 21.
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The demonstrators also went to Mayor Bill de Blasio's Brooklyn home, but he no longer lives there.
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