The Digest: Top EduNews Hotlist, Fri. 3/24/23
The latest headlines affecting NYC Public Schools, public education and beyond.
Here are the top NYC Education stories for today, Friday, 3/24/2023, at The Digest — EONYC’s news magazine.
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nydailynews.comNYC education panel passes $31 budget, but without knowing how it will be divided among schoolsThe vote was held by the Panel for Educational Policy three months earlier than last year, after a court decided the schools chancellor could not circumvent the mandated step before city officials finalize the budget.
Watchdog calls on NYC schools to ban teachers from talking to students on social media, personal cellphones
gothamist.comWatchdog calls on NYC schools to ban teachers from talking to students on social media, personal cellphonesThe repeated calls for the city Department of Education to tighten its policies for social media and cellphones followed investigations into misconduct by teachers.
nydailynews.comParents, kids missing out due to lack of awareness about subsidized child care programs in NYC: reportNew York City families with young kids unaware of public subsidies are missing out on affordable child care programs that promote child development and make life easier for working parents, according to new data exclusively obtained by the Daily News.
State tests for NY grades 3-8 start next month. Here’s what to know.
ny.chalkbeat.orgState tests for NY grades 3-8 start next month. Here’s what to know.There might be more attention on this year’s state tests, following the spotlight on last year’s dip in national test scores.
Brooklyn Nets and New York Liberty partner with NYC Public Schools to host free basketball clinics for Brooklyn youth
amny.comBrooklyn Nets and New York Liberty partner with NYC Public Schools to host free basketball clinics for Brooklyn youth | amNewYorkBrooklyn youth are getting their own version of March Madness through a partnership between the city’s Department of Education and the borough’s home
NYC after school and the joy of egusi and fufu
amsterdamnews.comNYC after school and the joy of egusi and fufu - New York Amsterdam NewsOn today’s school lunch menu is: jollof rice and chicken, or egusi and fufu, with puff puff for dessert. This is a possibility that New York restaurateur Lookman Afolayan is hoping to bring to New York City schools.
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