The Digest: Top EduNews Hotlist, Wed 3/01/23
The latest headlines affecting NYC Public Schools, public education and beyond.
Here are the top NYC Education stories for today, Wed, 3/01/2023, at The Digest — EONYC’s news magazine.
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Exclusive: New York City schools to create working group on phasing in smaller class sizes
cityandstateny.comExclusive: New York City schools to create working group on phasing in smaller class sizesParents, school leaders and advocates are being asked about their interest in joining the effort in a new survey released today.
Eric Adams: 'When we took prayers out of schools, guns came into schools'
politico.comEric Adams: ‘When we took prayers out of schools, guns came into schools’
58% of NYC children don’t receive all of the specialized services they’re entitled to
ny.chalkbeat.org58% of NYC children don’t receive all of the specialized services they’re entitled toThe gap in services is particularly acute in the Bronx, where more than two-thirds of children did not receive all of the therapies.
Some Students Are Selling Body Parts to Pay for Their Education
teenvogue.comSome Students Are Selling Body Parts to Pay for Their EducationCollege students are using blood plasma money to pay down their student debt.
This is why students in New York's rural communities need free school meals | Opinion
democratandchronicle.comThis is why students in New York’s rural communities need free school meals | OpinionOur leaders in Albany must end childhood hunger by making sure Healthy School Meals for All is included in this year’s state budget.
PROOF POINTS: Taking stock of tutoring
hechingerreport.orgPROOF POINTS: Taking stock of tutoringWhat we know about tutoring research, how many schools are doing it and how it’s going so far
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