The Digest: Top EduNews Hotlist, Thur. 3/09/23
The latest headlines affecting NYC Public Schools, public education and beyond.
Here are the top NYC Education stories for today, Thursday, 3/09/2023, at The Digest — EONYC’s news magazine.
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nydailynews.comNYC Council to invest $3 million in arts programs at selected schoolsPrincipals at 120 selected schools will get $24,300 each this term that could help undo budget cuts last year, which left some art programs on the cutting room floor.
Why are so few Black men teachers in New York City?
ny.chalkbeat.orgWhy are so few Black men teachers in New York City?About a quarter of the city’s students are Black, but only 4% of teachers are Black men. The NYCity News Service spoke with educators, students, and activists of color to examine the problem—and consider solutions.
PHOTOS | Robotics team at Aerospace High School gets ready to compete in regionals
bxtimes.comPHOTOS | Robotics team at Aerospace High School gets ready to compete in regionals – Bronx TimesReach Paige Perez at email@example.com. For more coverage, follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @bronxtimes
Whitestone students use visual storytelling to promote positive self-image
qns.comWhitestone students use visual storytelling to promote positive self-image – QNS.comA group of fifth grade students from P.S. 193Q in Whitestone were recognized for their storytelling and promoting positive self-image in an Instagram reel
Hochul: $31.4M will bolster school security
spectrumlocalnews.comHochul: $31.4M will bolster school securityEmergency classroom systems are being funded.
Lawmakers: Expand access to contraception at SUNY and CUNY
spectrumlocalnews.comLawmakers: Expand access to contraception at SUNY and CUNYAt least one vending machine would be required.
Who should bear the cost of upgrading SUNY and CUNY? Hochul says students are part of the answer
cityandstateny.comWho should bear the cost of upgrading SUNY and CUNY? Hochul says students are part of the answerNew York’s public colleges need financial assistance, but fears of enrollment declines and burdening middle-class students have made the governor’s plan proposal unpopular with students, staff and some lawmakers.
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