The Digest: Top EduNews Hotlist, Mon. 3/27/23
The latest headlines affecting NYC Public Schools, public education and beyond.
Here are the top NYC Education stories for today, Monday, 3/27/2023, at The Digest — EONYC’s news magazine.
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3 children and 3 adults shot dead at private Christian school in Nashville, hospital says. Shooter is also dead
cnn.com28-year-old woman kills 3 students and 3 adults at private Christian school in Nashville, police say | CNNAn armed 28-year-old woman fatally shot three students and three adults at a private Christian school in Nashville before she was shot and killed by police, authorities said.
nydailynews.comTuition hikes at some SUNY campuses could reach 9% under Gov. Hochul proposalLanguage in the executive budget bills authorizes raising in-state tuition by an “additional” 6% at four campuses starting this fall, on top of the widely reported 3% bumps students could face under the proposal.
edweek.orgEducation Secretary Calls for End to Corporal PunishmentThe practice is still allowed in 23 states, either because laws allow it, or because it’s not explicitly banned.
Parent coordinators are essential school workers. Many feel overworked and underpaid.
ny.chalkbeat.orgParent coordinators are essential school workers. Many feel overworked and underpaid.The role of parent coordinator became more critical and stressful during the pandemic. But salaries for the job, created by New York City schools 20 years ago, haven’t kept pace.
Public schools to expand partnership with Special Olympics
ny1.comPublic schools to expand partnership with Special OlympicsNY1 education reporter Jillian Jorgensen has the exclusive.
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