- The New York PTA is seeking another way for John King to hear their concerns. (NYS PTA)
- Diane Ravitch urges parents to write to the Board of Regents about King canceling meetings.
- The Senate deal could still mean further budget cuts to the U.S. Department of Education. (EdWeek)
- The expulsion rate for D.C. public charter schools dropped last year compared to previous year. (WaPo)
- A writer questions why the U.S. Constitution doesn’t guarantee a right to education. (The Atlantic)
- The New York Observer’s editorial board wants to see more New York City charter schools.
- A teacher writes that the new evaluation system is no way to evaluate good teaching. (NYC Educator)
- High school students preparing to take the PSAT this week tweeted funny things about it. (WaPo)
The SEED program aims to help students who have sensory issues that are “dramatically impacting their school performance.”
Many organizations will face tough decisions about laying off staff and cutting back services that have been a cornerstone of the city’s much-lauded Community Schools program.
Anxiety, depression, and chronic absenteeism are on the rise as many students and parents struggle with school refusal after prolonged campus closures during COVID.