The Digest: Top EduNews Hotlist, Wed. 2/08/23
The latest headlines affecting NYC Public Schools, public education and beyond.
Here are the top NYC Education stories for today, Wednesday, 2/8/2023, at The Digest — EONYC’s news magazine.
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Program aims to increase teacher diversity at NYC schools
thedigest.educators.nycProgram aims to increase teacher diversity at NYC schoolsNEW YORK (PIX11) — A local program is working to bring more men of color to teach students in New York City classrooms. The partnership between the City University of New York, City Hall, and…
Chancellor calls for directing more aid to schools with asylum students
ny1.comChancellor calls for directing more aid to schools with asylum studentsThe program would help migrant youth get support.
U.S. Deputy Secretary of Education to Visit New York City Public Schools During “Raise the Bar: Lead the World” Tour ed.gov/news/media-adv…“raise-bar-lead-world”-tour
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The Complexities, Uncertainties and Skirmishes of Contract Negotiations: the UFT v Adams - by Peter Goodman @edintheapple
thedigest.educators.nycThe Complexities, Uncertainties and Skirmishes of Contract Negotiations: the UFT v AdamsThe Complexities, Uncertainties and Skirmishes of Contract Negotiations: the UFT v Adams I was at an annual holiday party run by a lobbyist, many electeds and “decision-makers,” reminiscing over the “political” year, the legislative session, the election and the upcoming political combat.
CUNY announces new portal for students and staff to report discrimination and hate
amny.comCUNY announces new portal for students and staff to report discrimination and hate | amNewYorkThe City University of New York announced last week that it has launched a new, centralized online portal for staff and students to report discrimination,
New York education unions call for higher education funding
spectrumlocalnews.comNew York education unions call for higher education fundingConcerns raised over SUNY funding.
NYC high schoolers call ChatGPT-made lessons 'biased' and 'very bland'
businessinsider.comSome New York City high schoolers reportedly don’t like ChatGPT-created lessons, calling them ‘biased’ and ‘very bland’A high school computer science teacher asked ChatGPT to generate a lesson plan on wearable tech as part of an experiment. Students weren’t happy.
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