The Digest: Top EduNews Hotlist, Fri. 2/03/23
The latest education headlines affecting NYC Public Schools and beyond.
Here are the top NYC Education stories for today, Friday, 2/03/2023, at The Digest — EONYC’s news magazine.
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Teachers' Night on Broadway celebrates New York City public school educators with showing of 'Chicago'
abc7ny.comTeachers’ Night on Broadway celebrates NYC public school educatorsThe event is designed to show appreciation for public school educators’ efforts on behalf of Broadway Bridges.
Hochul announces largest school aid funding in New York history, including 100% state-funded Foundation Aid formula
amny.comHochul announces largest school aid funding in New York history, including 100% state-funded Foundation Aid formula | amNewYorkNew York state has a cap of 460 charters. New York City currently allows for 275 charter schools — with no more available programs to be issued. However, the
Charter School Expansion Faces Tough Fight in New York
nytimes.comCharter School Expansion Faces Tough Fight in New YorkGov. Kathy Hochul wants to allow more charter schools to open in New York City. But as the public school system loses students, the effort faces strong political headwinds.
NYC’s 2022 graduation rates ticked up. How does your school stack up?
ny.chalkbeat.orgNYC’s 2022 graduation rates ticked up. How does your school stack up?Nearly 84% of NYC students graduated on time. Relaxed graduation standards likely played a role in the increase.
NYC Pre-K and 3-K daycare providers close to closing, need funds
abc7ny.comNYC Pre-K and 3-K daycare providers close to closing, need fundsDaycare owners from Brooklyn to the Bronx claim they are still jumping through hoops to get money for Pre-K and 3-K from the city.
Education Firms That Serve Hasidic Schools Are Barred Amid Fraud Inquiry
nytimes.comEducation Firms That Serve Hasidic Schools Are Barred Amid Fraud InquiryNew York City education officials will block payments for some companies that have billed the government to provide special education, primarily for students in yeshivas.
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