The Digest: Top EduNews Hotlist, Mon. 2/13/23
The latest headlines affecting NYC Public Schools, public education and beyond.
Here are the top NYC Education stories for today, Monday, 2/13/2023, at The Digest — EONYC’s news magazine.
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Top New York teachers' labor leader to retire
thedigest.educators.nycTop New York teachers’ labor leader to retirePallotta has led labor umbrella group since 2017.
Bill would require day care centers, schools in New York to have plans for special needs students during lockdown
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Polls show New Yorkers are divided over Hochul’s proposal to lift charter school caps
amny.comPolls show New Yorkers are divided over Hochul’s proposal to lift charter school caps | amNewYorkNew Yorkers are divided when it comes to Governor Hochul’s proposal to lift the cap on charter schools, according to the results of two recent surveys.
TEACHER VOICES: Help may finally be on the way for struggling readers
thedigest.educators.nycTEACHER VOICES: Help may finally be on the way for struggling readersAfter ‘Sold a Story’ podcast, we see new hope and momentum for science of reading
College Board CEO asked to resign over AP African American Studies curriculum changes
thedigest.educators.nycCollege Board CEO asked to resign over AP African American Studies curriculum changesGroups cite a number of missteps over the last decade by College Board CEO David Coleman, including a current fight over AP African American Studies.
“The union is seeking a 30% wage increase plus a $2-per-hour “equity wage adjustment” for all — which would especially benefit hourly workers making the least.” Solidarity with @SEIULocal99 👋 @DC37nyc @UFT latimes.com/california/sto…
latimes.comLAUSD bus drivers, food workers, teacher aides give union OK to call strike if talks failThe overwhelming strike authorization vote by members of Local 99 of SEIU is intended to put pressure on L.A. Unified to reach a contract settlement.
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