The Digest: Top EduNews Hotlist, Sat. 1/28/23
The latest education headlines affecting NYC Public Schools and beyond.
Here are the top NYC Education stories for today, Saturday, 1/28/2023, at The Digest — EONYC’s news magazine.
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Mental telehealth program, nursing education among education initiatives announced in second State of the City address
amny.comState of the City | Mental telehealth, nursing programs among education initiatives announced in Adams’ second address | amNewYorkMayor Eric Adams presented his administration’s education initiatives today at his second State of the City address. In his speech, Adams announced his plans
A wave of anti-LGBTQ laws for schools in red states has Biden administration weighing a response
thedigest.educators.nycA wave of anti-LGBTQ laws for schools in red states has Biden administration weighing a responseBiden education department weighing changes to anti-discrimination Title IX that could counter anti-LGBTQ initiatives in Texas, Florida and red states
Educating For Our New Normal: Rethinking The Time, Place And Means Of K-12 Learning
thedigest.educators.nycCouncil Post: Educating For Our New Normal: Rethinking The Time, Place And Means Of K-12 LearningGiven the K-12 system’s historical resistance to change, it could have broken beyond repair in the face of pandemic-induced adversities, but educators, students and parents became the architects of a “new normal.”
Trump unveils new education policy loaded with culture war proposals
thedigest.educators.nycTrump unveils new education policy loaded with culture war proposalsThe proposal reflects the degree to which Republicans want the next election to be waged around classrooms as much as boardrooms.
The problem child care subsidies can't solve: the shrinking provider pool - The Hechinger Report
thedigest.educators.nycThe problem child care subsidies can’t solve: the shrinking provider pool - The Hechinger ReportEditor’s note: This story led off this week’s Early Childhood newsletter, which is delivered free to subscribers’ inboxes every other Wednesday with trends and top stories about early learning. Subscribe today! A federal program critical to helping low-income families pay for child care got a histor…
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