The Digest: Top EduNews Hotlist, Fri. 3/17/23
The latest headlines affecting NYC Public Schools, public education and beyond.
Here are the top NYC Education stories for today, Friday, 3/17/2023, at The Digest — EONYC’s news magazine.
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NYC has thousands of 3-K vacancies. City Council says that’s an outreach problem
cityandstateny.comNYC has thousands of 3-K vacancies. City Council says that’s an outreach problemDuring an Education Committee meeting, some City Council members said the city needs to retain funding for the program amid proposed cuts.
NYS lowering score at which students will test as 'proficient' in math and English
timesunion.comNYS lowering score at which students will test as ‘proficient’ in math and EnglishLast year’s much lower test scores will be the new baseline, a scoring committee told the...
DiNapoli: New York schools need to better track digital devices
spectrumlocalnews.comDiNapoli: New York schools need to better track digital devicesNearly $22 million is at risk of potential theft.
NY, Chicago, LA: Power Plays by the Nation’s 3 Largest Teachers Union Locals
the74million.orgNY, Chicago, LA: Power Plays by the Nation’s 3 Largest Teachers Union LocalsUFT, UTLA and CTU are working to increase union influence in their cities, whether through negotiations, strikes and rallies or electoral politics
Assembly and Senate want universal school meals in New York
spectrumlocalnews.comAssembly and Senate want universal school meals in New YorkFederal aid for universal meals ended.
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