The Digest: Top EduNews Hotlist, Fri. 3/10/23
The latest headlines affecting NYC Public Schools, public education and beyond.
Here are the top NYC Education stories for today, Friday, 3/10/2023, at The Digest — EONYC’s news magazine.
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Relief and disappointment as NYC’s eighth-graders get their high school matches
ny.chalkbeat.orgRelief and disappointment as NYC’s eighth-graders get their high school matchesThe city education department didn’t immediately release data on the percentage of students who received their top choices, or the demographics of students admitted to the most competitive screened schools,
City Union Leaders Approve Controversial Medicare Advantage Retiree Health Care
thecity.nycCity Union Leaders Approve Controversial Medicare Advantage Retiree Health CareThe Municipal Labor Committee overwhelmingly voted for a public-private partnership managed by Aetna to fulfill promised cost savings, while retired workers continued court battles.
A migrant integration school model in Brooklyn
politico.comA migrant integration school model in Brooklyn
2023 Minecraft Education Challenge launches in NYC: Here’s what Staten Island students need to know
silive.com2023 Minecraft Education Challenge launches in NYC: What S.I. students need to knowInformation on key dates, eligibility, teams and more.
An inside look at meetings where superintendents are in the 'hot seat'
ny1.comAn inside look at meetings where superintendents are in the ‘hot seat’No, really, that’s what they call it.
Opinion: Adams replaces school funding with gaffes and prayer
cityandstateny.comOpinion: Adams replaces school funding with gaffes and prayerAs the mayor’s talking points validate the instincts of a large, and likely growing, supermajority, progressives need to start planning a credible challenge to defeat him in 2025.
An inside look at a 5th grade classroom using ChatGPT
abc7ny.comAn inside look at a 5th grade classroom using ChatGPTWhile some teachers worry about students using ChatGPT for plagiarism and to cheat, others are embracing it as an instructional tool.
Black Exec In NYC Tells of His Kids Enduring Racist Bullying in the School
yahoo.comBlack Exec In NYC Tells of His Kids Enduring Racist Bullying in the SchoolAt Peck Slip School, students and staff are expected to follow four basic rules: be safe, be kind, be helpful and be your best - all of which they’ve failed to demonstrate toward two Black children.
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