The Digest: Top EduNews Hotlist, Sun. 3/05/23
The latest headlines affecting NYC Public Schools, public education and beyond.
Here are the top NYC Education stories for today, Sunday, 3/05/2023, at The Digest — EONYC’s news magazine.
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New York Education Department got one of worst completion rates for sexual harassment training course - POLITICO
politico.comNew York Education Department got one of worst completion rates for sexual harassment training courseThe abysmal performance comes after the agency settled a sexual assault and harassment lawsuit by middle and high school students, including two who said they were raped.
Staten Island schools superintendent embroiled in ongoing city investigations
silive.comStaten Island schools superintendent embroiled in ongoing city investigationsA series of alleged text messages that a DOE spokesperson has called ‘fake’ sparked the investigations.
CUNY Waives Application Fee for NYC Public School Seniors: What to Know
nbcnewyork.comCUNY Waives Application Fee for NYC Public School Seniors: What to KnowNew York City public high school seniors who apply to CUNY will have one less thing to worry about — the college application fee. The City University of New York announced Friday that it is waiving the $65 application fee for New York City public high school seniors who apply between March 1 and Apr…
How edtech can worsen racial inequality
hechingerreport.orgHow edtech can worsen racial inequalityBecause edtech sometimes reflects the biases of its designers and society, careless expansion of tech tools into the classroom can exacerbate the discrimination Black and Brown students face
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