The Digest: Top EduNews Hotlist, Wed. 2/01/23
The latest education headlines affecting NYC Public Schools and beyond.
Here are the top NYC Education stories for today, Wednesday, 2/01/2023, at The Digest — EONYC’s news magazine.
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NYC schools are once again cleared to grade their own students’ Regents exams
ny.chalkbeat.orgNYC schools are once again cleared to grade their own students’ Regents examsSome school leaders praised the change, along with the city’s teachers union. But some experts worry that teachers will once again unfairly bump up familiar students’ scores.
‘You're going to have to see some friction’: NYC teachers’ union steps up pressure on mayor for raises
gothamist.com‘You’re going to have to see some friction’: NYC teachers’ union steps up pressure on mayor for raisesMulgrew’s comments were the latest sign of the challenge Mayor Eric Adams faces as he contends with expired contracts from nearly all of the municipal unions.
NYC public schools poised to reverse ban on controversial AI tool ChatGPT
thedigest.educators.nycNYC public schools poised to reverse ban on controversial AI tool ChatGPTNYC public school officials are expected to announce a new policy on ChatGPT that could reverse a prior ban and be “much more accepting” of artificial intelligence in classrooms.The AI-powered chatbot has ignited a debate over its use in schools -- weighing its potential as a teaching tool against i…
The Wire: Powered by Educators of NYC: Need to Reform School Disciplinary Policies
educatorsofnyc.substack.comNeed to Reform School Disciplinary PoliciesListen now (60 min) | Leonie interviewed Amshula Jayaram of the Alliance for Quality Education, and Aji, a Bronx high school student, about a new report from a Task Force appointed by the Board of Regents
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