The Digest: Top EduNews Hotlist, Mon 2/20/23
The latest headlines affecting NYC Public Schools, public education and beyond.
Here are the top NYC Education stories for today, Monday, 2/20/2023, at The Digest — EONYC’s news magazine.
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nydailynews.comChronic absenteeism climbs to record numbers in NYC schoolsThe lost classroom time, revealed in new data obtained by The News, disproportionately affected children without a stable place to call home, who are not native English speakers or who have a disability. Children living in poverty were also hit hard, with a 45 percent rate of chronic absenteeism — t…
How grown-ups can help kids transition to 'post-pandemic' school life
npr.orgHow grown-ups can help kids transition to ‘post-pandemic’ school lifeAs children continue to navigate the most “normal” school year since the pandemic, 2023’s School Counselor of the Year shares some advice.
How Public Money Goes to Support a Hasidic Village’s Private Schools
nytimes.comHow Public Money Goes to Support a Hasidic Village’s Private SchoolsCreated for a New York Hasidic group in 1989, the Kiryas Joel Village Union Free School District has directed millions of dollars to the community’s network of private schools.
NYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewell interrogated by kids
paper.liNYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewell interrogated by kidsNYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewell faced a litany of questions Saturday – all coming from kids. The Harlem Children’s Day event was held to help to humanize the police force.
Kids Week kicks off at the Intrepid Museum
paper.liKids Week kicks off at the Intrepid MuseumKids Week lasts through Feb. 25.
'No One Eats Alone' program promotes tolerance, acceptance at NJ middle school
paper.li‘No One Eats Alone’ program promotes tolerance, acceptance at NJ middle schoolFor far too many students, lunchtime can be lonely, but the nationwide effort is working to ensure that no one in the cafeteria eats alone.
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