During the current coronavirus episode, many state and regional authorities are making broad spending cuts. New York City's chairman Bill de Blasio declared that the city is making monstrous spending trims due to COVID-19 pandemic. As indicated by the city hall leader, $827M will be cut from the Branch of Training (DOE) spending plan. Accordingly, government funded school understudies will have less chances and less help from the schools. An ABC News Wild ox stay, Reema Amin revealed that "$49M are wiped out from stopping programs that assist understudies with getting to school and give singular advising to center school understudies." This represents a noteworthy issue to New York City understudies, who are from various foundations. The greater part of the state funded school understudies are likewise from low pay foundations where they need extra help from their schools. Understudies who don't get this help - especially second-language students - are at critical danger of bringing down their scholastic execution. Such a pattern was at that point obvious preceding the infection, the same number of underserved worker understudies were dropping out of school. In this way, the spending cuts bring up a principal issue, in particular, by what means can New York City schools work without help for the understudies with extra needs? One potential result of these cuts is that underserved understudies won't go to school subsequent to finishing secondary school. On the off chance that we proceed with remote learning, understudies won't have the chance to meet various individuals and increase information from them. As an understudy, I can say how it feels to utilize innovation constantly. In addition, numerous understudies need support from their educators and guides not just for scholastics likewise inwardly. Through remote learning, understudies won't have the option to have a decent connection with their instructors or guides since there will be separation among them and not every person feels great sharing things through innovation.