The city’s education department is expanding a vision partnership with Warby Parker. The program, launched in 2015, has provided 94,000 students in 130 schools with free vision screenings, exams and eyeglasses, and they’re trying to service another 118,000 students in the five boroughs. Warby Parker Co-Founders and Co-CEOs Dave Gilboa and Neil Blumenthal visited Mornings On 1 to talk about their expansion.
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