The agreement focuses most directly on safety and learning rules for students, teachers and families in these four schools, including Carter School, Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, McKinley Schools and Henderson Inclusion School. BTU and BPS agreed on distance learning expectations before the end of the closure phase. BTU and BPS have agreed to address the consequences of the city`s decision to reopen Boston Public Schools (District or BPS) for the 2020-2021 school year during the ongoing covid-19 pandemic on employment service conditions. A new agreement between the Boston Union of Strippers, Boston Public Schools and the city is improving safety measures for coronaviruses to bring high-needs students back into the classroom, as BTU and BPS announced Sunday night. If air quality tests in a school reflect less than three air changes per hour, BPS will take steps to increase air changes per hour or to provide a new classroom, according to the agreement. Up to 200 BPS students, who need their needs, returned to the classroom on Monday after the borough switched to all teledifers due to the increase in COVID rates in the city. “This framework, which reflects common sense solutions advocated by union educators, will make the in-person learning experience safer and of the best quality for our students with the greatest needs,” said Jessica Tang, President of the BTU. In a statement, Mayor Martin Walsh said, “I am pleased that an agreement has been reached with the Boston Teachers` Union to further enhance public health safety in our school buildings and ensure that we are able to prioritize personal learning for our students who have the greatest needs.” BPS Superintendent Brenda Cassellius said, “Because of the global pandemic, many of our students have gone too long without the critical in-person services they need for their health and well-being. BPS is committed to additional security measures to ensure that our students and employees can feel comfortable in our buildings and focus on teaching and learning. The agreement also provides that the borough will provide 60-day delivery of various types of masks, eye protection, gloves and clothing for employees who will come into the building who will provide personal services. You will find information here on the non-European programming line: The fact sheets below contain detailed information on the performance of the ERASMUS programme, the application procedure, etc.: you can download your application file on the candidates` portal and send them second to the BTU`s International Relations Office. or throw them in the mailbox.