The Digest: Top EduNews Hotlist, Wed. 1/25/23
The latest education headlines affecting NYC Public Schools and beyond.
Here are the top 5 NYC Education stories for today, Wednesday, 1/25/2023, on The Digest — EONYC’s news magazine.
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City drops plans to co-locate three Success Academy schools
thedigest.educators.nycCity drops plans to co-locate three Success Academy schoolsCo-location is very controversial.
Mayor Adams And Chancellor Banks Push To Increase Equity In Fair Student Funding Formula
thedigest.educators.nycMayor Adams And Chancellor Banks Push To Increase Equity In Fair Student Funding FormulaNew York City Mayor Eric Adams and New York City Department of Education (DOE) Chancellor David C. Banks today announced...
NYC to expand Asian-American curriculum to all public schools by June
thedigest.educators.nycEducators of NYC collected this story
A seat without a voice: Student school board members have no voting power
thedigest.educators.nycA seat without a voice: Student school board members have no voting powerStudent members on the city’s school board say they aren’t taken seriously because they have no power. (This story is part of Hard Lessons, the NYCity News Service’s look at what city schools have learned from the pandemic.)
Stuyvesant Teens Fight Hunger as Grocery Prices Rise
thedigest.educators.nycStuyvesant Teens Fight Hunger as Grocery Prices RiseA New York City teenager is battling food waste and hunger one drop-off at a time by starting a student-led club that delivers cafeteria leftovers directly to food pantries, particularly as neighborhoods struggle with mounting grocery bills. Skai Nzeuton, 16, is a senior at Stuyvesant High School wh…
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