MNPD Chief John Drake said there will be police coverage at all Metro Public Schools and more officers than ever before on campus.
- The Tuscaloosa News
At least 2,345 women on Sunday found out which sorority accepted them during Bid Day at the University of Alabama. The fall semester begins Wednesday.
Warren Buffett has said he doesn't stress higher education in the hiring process, and yet he went to some of the most prestigious schools in the country. Social Security: New Bill Could Give Seniors...
Stephen Curry chatted with PEOPLE about the back-to-school season and how his Oakland-based organization Eat. Learn. Play. and Rakuten are helping students in the Bay Area
- Fresno Bee
Students are questioning whether the ban is related to a racist photo taken in the Fresno high school’s weight room in May, despite denials from district leaders.
- Yahoo Life
Texas mother creates ‘bulletproof’ back-to-school dress to send message about gun violence: ‘We need to protect our babies’
The mom of three hopes to start important conversations about gun violence.
- The Stockton Record
A 17-year-old Lincoln High School student was taken into custody after he took out a gun while being subdued following a fight on campus on Monday.
- Argus Leader
In 1906, hysteria over the evils of dancing led to the graduating class of Sioux Falls High School being denied their diplomas.
- Fox News
Ohio churches have teamed up with a religious organization to create an alternative to public education in low-income areas, but the plan has earned the ire of the ACLU.
- LA Times
Public school students in the Los Angeles Unified School District and across California will continue to get free meals at school.
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The accountancy giant is lowering its recruitment criteria which it claims will improve diversity.
DeSantis says teaching requirements are 'too rigid' as Florida moves to let veterans without degrees teach
DeSantis decried "rigid" teaching requirements that make "educators get certain credentials that often have little impact on teaching performance."
- The 74
UVALDE — Brianna Gonzales, fresh off her nursing shift, sat quietly alongside her two sons in Uvalde High School’s auditorium this past week as school district officials laid out for parents new safety measures for the upcoming school year. Gonzales has decided to keep her two sons, a kindergartner and a fifth grader, in the […]
"You Can Get Many Items For Less Than $1": People Are Sharing How They Save Money On Back To School Shopping
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- The Takeout
The thing I remember most about my preschool and primary school days in Vietnam is the fact that it was run by Catholic nuns. While schools helmed by nuns have become less common these days, particularly in North America, the majority of people were Catholic where I grew up, a small village outside of Ho Chi Minh City. By the time I was old enough to attend school, there was no question that I’d attend a Catholic one.
- The Marion Star
Through leadership changes and a national teaching shortage, one teacher to leave Marion City Schools shares his story.
It's back-to-school time again, and the unsung heroes of the classroom -- teachers -- are deep in the trenches with one goal on their minds: make this school year better than the last....
- Good Morning America
Schools across the country are reopening this year with an enhanced focus on security, following the May 24 shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, which left 19 students dead, along with two of their teachers. As Walton prepared her eldest son Weston, 5, to start kindergarten this month, she said she bought the usual school supplies for him, as well as a bulletproof backpack insert to go inside his Spiderman backpack. Walton, 22, also took her son through a makeshift active shooter drill at home in hopes, she said, that it may better prepare him for what he could experience inside his classroom.
- USA TODAY
Authorities say three Arizona parents were arrested after trying to get inside Thompson Ranch Elementary School to pick up their kids amid a lockdown.
According to a report by Florida TaxWatch, The Florida Department of Education in February projected a need to fill about 9,000 teacher vacancies before the start of the upcoming school year.