The Digest: Top EduNews Hotlist, Fri. 2/10/23
The latest headlines affecting NYC Public Schools, public education and beyond.
Here are the top NYC Education stories for today, Friday, 2/10/2023, at The Digest — EONYC’s news magazine.
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NYSUT & UFT host press briefing on poll showing voters oppose charter school expansion; favor strengthening local public schools
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Big Apple windfall: Watchdog says NYC will have $4.9B surplus for 2023
nypost.comNYC will have $4.9B budget surplus for 2023, watchdog saysCash-strapped City Hall might not be as cash-strapped as its own financial projections show thanks to an upsurge in tax revenues from real estate, retail and hotels.
It’s not easy being a working-class parent with small kids in NYC & the Adams administration is about to make it even harder. The recent '24 budget proposal would halt the expansion of the city’s universal 3-K early childhood education programs. @DrKYSR
indypendent.orgUniversal No More: Parents Scramble as Adams Halts Expansion of 3K Childcare ProgramsIt’s not easy being a working-class parent with small kids in NYC, and the Adams administration is about to make it even harder.
Searching for Struggling Readers, One School at a Time
nytimes.comSearching for Struggling Readers, One School at a TimeTwo new specialized dyslexia programs will open at Brooklyn public schools as New York focuses more on children with the learning disability.
CEC elections: Giving parents a voice in education
amsterdamnews.comCEC elections: Giving parents a voice in education - New York Amsterdam NewsIt may be a little-known fact that New York City doesn’t have school boards, but there is an equivalent called the Community Education Council (CEC).
NYPD releases new school safety protocol
westchester.news12.comNYPD releases new school safety protocolThe new protocols were released one day after two students and a security guard were shot outside of Williamsburg Charter High School.
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