The Digest: Top EduNews Hotlist, Tues 2/28/23
The latest headlines affecting NYC Public Schools, public education and beyond.
Here are the top NYC Education stories for today, Tues, 2/28/2023, at The Digest — EONYC’s news magazine.
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How a New York school disrupts education to prepare Black, Latino students for six-figure tech jobs
paper.liHow a New York school disrupts education to prepare Black, Latino students for six-figure tech jobsA new school in Brooklyn has created a one-year program to help students get tech jobs that typically go to college grads with a four-year degree.
Nonprofit helps New York City students deal with stress through yoga
paper.liNonprofit helps New York City students deal with stress through yogaBent on Learning launched in 2001 and then started teaching stress management at schools near ground zero after 9/11.
'So unreal': New York sisters named valedictorian and salutatorian, going to Yale
usatoday.com‘So unreal’: New York sisters named valedictorian and salutatorian, going to Yale“We’ve been working for this since ninth grade and we dreamed of this moment ... it just feels so unreal,” said Victoria Guerrier.
I know how unfair NYC school fundraising is — and why that’s so hard to change
ny.chalkbeat.orgI know how unfair NYC school fundraising is — and why that’s so hard to changeAs a school leader and a PTA member, Steven Evangelista sees fundraising disparities up close.
The Wire: Powered by Educators of NYC: Retiree Health Care--The Nuclear Option
educatorsofnyc.substack.comRetiree Health Care--The Nuclear OptionArthur Goldstein, veteran educator and longtime union leader, sounds the alarm for city retirees and active workers about major union healthcare givebacks during this contract season.
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