The Digest: Top EduNews Hotlist, Sat 2/18/23
The latest headlines affecting NYC Public Schools, public education and beyond.
Here are the top NYC Education stories for today, Saturday, 2/18/2023, at The Digest — EONYC’s news magazine.
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NYC cafeteria, child care workers, and others likely to see raises through contract deal
thedigest.educators.nycNYC cafeteria, child care workers, and others likely to see raises through contract dealThe tentative contract agreement for DC 37 will also set a precedent for the ongoing negotiations of other municipal labor groups, including the United Federation of Teachers.
NYC parents allege years of racism and bullying in civil rights lawsuit against elementary school and city Education Department nbcnews.com/news/us-news/n…
The Nation's Largest District Saw an Increase in Policing at Schools Last Year
thedigest.educators.nycThe Nation’s Largest District Saw an Increase in Policing at Schools Last YearIn the nation’s largest school district, police last year arrested, detained and walked students out more than before the pandemic.
Nonprofit painted 300 murals with 25,000 students
thedigest.educators.nycNonprofit painted 300 murals with 25,000 studentsNEW YORK, N.Y. (PIX11) – Art can do many things. It can heal, help prosper, and educate, but art activists say the benefits aren’t reaching those who need it most. A 2014 report by the New Yo…
Students at York get stipend and new lab
thedigest.educators.nycStudents at York get stipend and new labJobs, jobs, jobs. That is what U.S. Rep. Greg Meeks (D-Jamaica) hopes more than $2.1 million in federal funding he allocated to York College in Jamaica will yield.The money that
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