The Digest: Top EduNews Hotlist, Thur. 2/23/23
The latest headlines affecting NYC Public Schools, public education and beyond.
Here are the top NYC Education stories for today, Thursday, 2/23/2023, at The Digest — EONYC’s news magazine.
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NYC’s largest charter networks shrank this year, complicating push to raise the charter cap
ny.chalkbeat.orgNYC’s largest charter networks shrank this year, complicating push to raise the charter capSuccess Academy, Uncommon Schools, KIPP, and Achievement First all took a hit. Still, Gov. Kathy Hochul has pushed to raise the NYC charter cap.
Mayor firmly backs charter schools after wavering during budget hearing last week
amny.comMayor firmly backs charter schools after wavering during budget hearing last week | amNewYorkA week after Mayor Eric Adams appeared to publicly waver on his support for charter schools during a joint state legislative budget hearing, he firmly
Florida college students plan statewide walkout against Gov. DeSantis: 'This is our fight for freedom'
usatoday.comFlorida college students plan statewide walkout against Gov. DeSantis: ‘This is our fight for freedom’Participants are calling on the DeSantis administration to restore diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives in college campuses across Florida.
The racist idea that changed American education
paper.liThe racist idea that changed American educationHow a landmark Supreme Court decision was shaped by the racist idea that poor children can’t learn.
HBCUs nationwide see a surge in interest and enrollment
abc7ny.comHBCUs nationwide see a surge in interest and enrollmentMore top scholars and athletes are choosing HBCUs. We took a look at the pop culture, social action, and other reasons why.
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