The Biden administration is extending the pause on student loan payments until June 30, 2023, as the administration's plan to forgive up to to $20,000 in loans is held up in court.
Meet the 29-year-old teacher with four degrees who wants to join the Great Resignation because she’s tired of working ‘way above’ her paycheck
The pandemic upended the teaching industry; Nina is one of the hundreds of thousands of teachers who wants out. But she doesn’t know where to start.
- USA TODAY Opinion
Dr. Anthony Fauci's comments seem especially tone deaf after studies have shown just how damaging school shutdowns have been on America's children.
Even though borrowers have until Dec. 31, 2023, to apply for student loan forgiveness, many are not waiting to start the application process. By applying now, borrowers who received Federal Pell...
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A train passenger was ordered to pay $475 in damages for reclining seat without telling the person behind him
A student's laptop was damaged when the passenger reclined his seat without warning, ignoring warning signs, on a train bound for Wuhan.
Biden's student-loan forgiveness might not be doomed if the Supreme Court strikes it down — he could take another legal path
There might be another legal route for Biden's student-debt relief if lawsuits currently blocking the plan are successful.
Sarasota County School Board Member Tom Edwards calls on the community to let cooler heads prevail in a bid to keep Brennan Asplen as superintendent
- Columbia Daily Herald
A Maury County mother has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the county school board after her son died in a motorcycle accident on campus.
- Hartford Courant
Farmington petition aims to pressure board of education into overturning vote on Jewish, Hindu school holidays
In a final push, members of Farmington Public Schools’ South Asian and Jewish community are circulating a petition asking the Board of Education to vote “no” Monday on a second reading of the school calendar and reject the Nov. 14 decision to not provide a school holiday for Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur or Diwali. Within three days of being active on change.org, the petition received nearly 1,000 ...
The Supreme Court will hear Biden's student-loan forgiveness case in February. Here's what that means for millions of borrowers waiting for relief.
Student-debt cancellation remains blocked, but the Supreme Court agreed to take up the case early next year. Here's what that means for borrowers.
- The News-Press
Except for wartime, the U.S. has never experienced a period of declining educational attainment like this.
- The Oklahoman
Oklahoma AG John O'Connor cited U.S. Supreme Court rulings to argue the state can't keep religious organizations from running public charter schools.
- Newark Advocate
COTC is working to ensure its students can find employment success when Intel opens in Licking County.
Applaud Musk for opening up the Twitter format, not "silencing" voices as previous management had done. Twitter will become a viable voice for many.
- Ft. Smith Southwest Times Record
A video about a fictional school shooting results in leave of superintendent and school principal in Prairie Grove, Arkansas Friday
- Detroit Free Press
The UAW strike at the University of California shows the influence the union has on shaping worker benefits well beyond auto workers
- Motley Fool
A 529 plan is a tax-advantaged educational savings plan. The money you put into a 529 generally doesn't get tax-advantaged treatment, but you can invest your 529 in the hopes of growing it into a larger sum. Meanwhile, it's no secret that inflation has been soaring this year.
- LA Times
The demand to fund significant salary increases for strikers comes as the state faces a potential $25-billion budget deficit.
- IndyStar | The Indianapolis Star
Purdue University joined the Age-Friendly University Global Network in 2019. Intergenerational learning can create bonds, change views on aging.
While filming That '70s Show, Mila Kunis would "take an 8 a.m. bio class, dissect [her] animal, and then run to work."View Entire Post ›
'Indecision, dysfunction, and harm': Uvalde shooting victims file $27 billion class action suit against police, school and city
The lawsuit argues that the failures made by law enforcement during the May 24 attack left the survivors with emotional damage, per The AP.