The Digest: Top EduNews Hotlist, Tues. 1/31/23
The latest education headlines affecting NYC Public Schools and beyond.
Here are the top NYC Education stories for today, Tuesday, 1/31/2023, at The Digest — EONYC’s news magazine.
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Teachers union holds contract 'teach-in'
ny1.comTeachers union holds contract ‘teach-in’The union's contract expired in September 2022.
The substitute teacher shortage: Research reveals why it warrants more news coverage
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nydailynews.comNew York can boost funds for kids’ mental healthn Gov. Hochul’s State of the State address this month she announced an unprecedented $1 billion investment in enhanced mental health services; it is a bold step to addressing the mental health needs of New York State adults and children.
Why Black Families Are Leaving New York, and What It Means for the City
nytimes.comWhy Black Families Are Leaving New York, and What It Means for the CityBlack children in particular are disappearing from the city, and many families point to one reason: Raising children here has become too expensive.
Dark Money And Education Parent Grass Roots Groups
forbes.comDark Money And Education Parent Grass Roots GroupsMaurice Cunningham has long been on the trail of dark money and behind the scenes influence in education policy.
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