WBZ-TV's Jordyn Jagolinzer reports.
Students aboard bus 678 in the Clover Park School District experienced a chaotic ride to school Wednesday morning. “I was screaming at the bus driver to like pull over because she was having a seizure then he started yelling at me because I was in the aisle way,” Sofie said. “Within 23 seconds of students notifying the driver that a student was in distress, the driver pulled over to the side of the road,” the Clover Park School District said.
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Erin O'Flynn/The Daily Beast/Justin Sullivan/Getty ImagesThe widespread media attention to recent events at Berkeley Law are stunningly misleading and inaccurate.An opinion column in the Jewish Journal, which is titled, “Berkeley Develops Jewish-Free Zones,” paints a grossly misleading picture of what happened at Berkeley Law.To state it plainly: There is no “Jewish-Free Zone” at Berkeley Law or on the UC-Berkeley campus. The Law School’s rules are clear that no speaker can
- Detroit Free Press
Some old student loans won't be forgiven after a new Education Department announcement. But an online application for others will be out in October.
- Cincinnati.com | The Enquirer
Transgender teen won't give up her princess crown after being elected as a prank by her peers. Instead, she's celebrating in tonight's parade.
Top high schools in New York City are expected to tighten their admissions criteria with the return of grade-based admissions. On Thursday, City Department of Education Chancellor David C. Banks announced that the city is rolling back a controversial pandemic-era moratorium that allowed more low-income students to enter some of the city’s most elite schools. The move, which will regrant selective high schools the option to reserve admissions for top-performing students, comes in response to complaints by parents and groups that the random lottery implemented for middle school students was unfair.
- State College Centre Daily Times
Officials said earlier this year that renovations proved too costly.
A 15-year-old student at Oliver Citywide Academy is facing charges after he allegedly assaulted a teacher in the building Thursday morning.
- Business Insider
Apple CEO Tim Cook says coding should be taught as early as elementary school: 'It's the most important language you can learn'
"I think everyone should learn programming before they graduate from high school," Tim Cook said Friday in interview with Dutch news outlet Bright.
- The Hill
Story at a glance Arizona high school students on Thursday walked out of class to protest a number of new state laws that took effect Saturday that they say discriminate against LGBTQ+ people. Among the new laws that went into effect are two measures that ban transgender young people from competing on sports teams consistent…
- NBC News
The end of universal school meals has left a growing number unable to keep up with school lunch payments, yet unable to qualify for free or reduced-price meals.
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- The Register-Guard
UO highlighted several enrollment numbers that were either new records or tied with previous records, including an average high school GPA of 3.76.
Can you afford college? This one form can be the deciding factor.
- The News-Messenger
There is a new special interest group in town - the parents.
- American City Business Journals
Atlanta’s strong labor market put the city on the top of Money magazine’s Best Places to Live in the U.S. list.
- The Post-Crescent
Kimberly High School teacher placed on leave after allegations of inappropriate conduct at another school district
The release doesn't name the other district but it does say there's no evidence that any students in Kimberly were involved.
- Modesto Bee
`A special education classroom is for learning, not babysitting.’ | Opinion
According to news outlets, Dale Garrett walked his girlfriend’s grandson and then returned to his vehicle on Sept. 19.
- WTVF - Nashville Scripps
School officials from two mid-state school systems — as well as the Tennessee Department of Education — say there is no evidence to support a claim a Tennessee state senator made during a legislative committee meeting this week.
- Amarillo Globe-News
The public teacher shortage may not be quite at a crisis level, but trends are showing it getting closer all the time.