The Digest: Top EduNews Hotlist, Sun. 3/26/23
The latest headlines affecting NYC Public Schools, public education and beyond.
Here are the top NYC Education stories for today, Sunday, 3/26/2023, at The Digest — EONYC’s news magazine.
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LAUSD, unions agree on tentative deal after three-day strike
cbsnews.comLAUSD, unions agree on “historic” tentative deal after three-day strikeThe tentative deal includes a 30% wage increase, fully-paid healthcare benefits for employees and their families, as well as other bonuses.
nydailynews.comNYC education committee councilmembers oppose charter school expansion planTen of the 19 members of the Council’s education committee signed onto a letter Friday to push for the rejection of the governor’s plan to make more than 100 charters available downstate.
Upper West Side high schoolers protest DOE’s plans to relocate their school to East Harlem
amny.comUpper West Side high schoolers protest DOE’s plans to relocate their school to East Harlem | amNewYorkA number of students, families, and community members are calling on the Department of Education to abandon its plans to relocate a high school that is
Brooks and Capehart on Trump’s legal woes and parents’ influence in schools
pbs.orgBrooks and Capehart on Trump’s legal woes and parents’ influence in schoolsNew York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post associate editor Jonathan Capehart join Amna Nawaz to discuss the week in politics, including the latest developments in former President Trump’s legal woes, the debate over parental say in school curricula and the future of TikTok in the U.S…
House Republicans pass controversial bill that aims to inform parents what’s taught in public schools
amny.comHouse Republicans pass controversial bill that aims to inform parents what’s taught in public schools | amNewYorkWASHINGTON (AP) — House Republicans on Friday narrowly passed legislation that would fulfill a campaign promise to give parents a role in what’s taught in
NY's Power to Regulate Religious Schools Trimmed by Judge
nbcnewyork.comNY’s Power to Regulate Religious Schools Trimmed by JudgeParents cannot be required to pull their children from private schools in New York that fail to meet state-designated standards, a judge decided, striking down a key provision of rules recently passed to strengthen oversight of such schools, including those specializing in religious education. The r…
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