The Digest: Top EduNews Hotlist, Sat. 2/04/23
The latest education headlines affecting NYC Public Schools and beyond.
Here are the top NYC Education stories for today, Saturday, 2/04/2023, at The Digest — EONYC’s news magazine.
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Lawmakers rally against Hochul's charter school proposal
ny1.comLawmakers rally against Hochul’s charter school proposalHochul proposed lifting a cap on charter schools in the city
Legislators and parents speak out against the Governor's proposal to allow up to 300 more charter schools in NYC
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Bus woes leave special needs student stuck at home
ny1.comBus woes leave special needs student stuck at homeNY1's Jillian Jorgensen has more.
Lawsuit revived for NYC students with disabilities who lost services during remote learning
ny.chalkbeat.orgLawsuit revived for NYC students with disabilities who lost services during remote learningDespite the immediate victory for families of students with disabilities, the case may continue to drag on without a concrete resolution.
NYC teachers debate utility of ChatGPT as schools chancellor mulls policy
gothamist.comNYC teachers debate utility of ChatGPT as schools chancellor mulls policyMany educators acknowledged that efforts to block earlier transformative innovations – like calculators and the internet – were unsuccessful.
DOT brings back student competition that promotes health and street safety
amny.comDOT brings back student competition that promotes health and street safety | amNewYorkThe Department of Transportation has brought back a popular competition this year geared toward K-12 students that promotes health and traffic safety.
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