The Digest: Top EduNews Hotlist, Tues. 3/21/23
The latest headlines affecting NYC Public Schools, public education and beyond.
Here are the top NYC Education stories for today, Tues, 3/21/2023, at The Digest — EONYC’s news magazine.
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Los Angeles Schools Shut Down After Workers Begin Strike
nytimes.comLos Angeles Schools Shut Down After Workers Begin StrikeThe nation’s second-largest school district canceled classes starting on Tuesday, while thousands of employees pressed demands for higher pay.
Teachers buck Mulgrew, petition for referendum vote on Medicare Advantage
ny.chalkbeat.orgTeachers buck Mulgrew, petition for referendum vote on Medicare AdvantageUFT president feels pressure from members who demand a union-wide vote on the retiree health care cost savings plan he’s championing.
NYC Schools Chancellor David Banks on school safety amid growing violence
pix11.comNYC Schools Chancellor David Banks on school safety amid growing violenceNEW YORK (PIX11) — New York City public school students are calling for more counselors instead of police officers from the Department of Education, despite the increased violence near school…
Uptown Manhattan student group holds rally after boy with autism is attacked and beaten near their school
amny.comUptown Manhattan student group holds rally after boy with autism is attacked and beaten near their school | amNewYorkThree students from the High School for Media and Communications, who became frustrated with violence after watching a video of a recent attack near their
Closing the gender gap in tech with Girls Who Code
paper.liClosing the gender gap in tech with Girls Who CodeThe organization is hosting a code fair.
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