Bryan Kohberger, a criminology graduate student charged in the November slayings of four University of Idaho students, waived his right to an extradition hearing in a Pennsylvania court on Tuesday, speeding up his transfer to Idaho where he will stand trial.
Videos circulating on social media appear to show the principal at Anson High School putting a student in a headlock chokehold, and now the Wadesboro Police Department tells Channel 9 it’s looking into the incident.
The Real Reason Florida Wants to Ban AP African-American Studies, According to an Architect of the Course
"Those narratives that they were singling out aren't in the curriculum itself," says Harvard's Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham
- Springfield News-Leader
Plus, we asked ChatGPT some questions about Springfield. Here's what it had to say.
Gov. DeSantis overhauled the New College board, which voted Tuesday to replaced President Patricia Okker with Richard Corcoran, a DeSantis ally.
- The Hill
After months of planning Cardinal Local Schools abruptly canceled its musical claiming it was "vulgar."
The New College Board of Trustees has begun its revolution to transform the school, and some troubling questions are starting to be raised, too.
A 29-year-old woman has been charged for posing as a teenager to enroll at a public high school in New Jersey. Hyejeong Shin, a graduate of Rutgers University-New Brunswick, was charged on Jan. 24 with one count of providing a false government document with the intent to verify one’s identity or age, the New Brunswick Police Department stated in a news release on Wednesday. Shin allegedly submitted a fake birth certificate that indicated she was 15 years old to the New Brunswick Board of Education to enroll at New Brunswick High School.
- The 74
Central Falls, Rhode Island It was the first day of the 2021 fall semester and Ajah Johnson could not believe what her teachers were telling her. By the end of the course, the instructors said, she and her peers would get to choose how to spend $10,000 to upgrade their school however they decided was […]
- The 74
In a school just east of Atlanta, students routinely miss 30 minutes of their 47 minute first period classes because of bus driver shortages. Math workbooks at a Eugene, Oregon school arrived months into the semester, delayed by paper shortages. Some 15 classes at one suburban New York high school were canceled last semester for […]
- Idaho Statesman
Arizona is ‘the gold standard,’ legislator says, so let’s look at the problems with Arizona’s vouchers.
- Akron Beacon Journal
A Nazi-themed home-schooling curriculum reportedly being used in Upper Sandusky upset the superintendent there.
- Fox News
Transgender teacher dismissed for sharing 'inappropriate' TikTok videos with Maine middle school students
A parent said that students shared the videos via group chats, getting around some of the controls parents had implemented to control their children's social media use.
- Washington Post
New College of Florida board of trustees terminated Patricia Okker’s employment as president on Jan. 31. Earlier this year, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) announced six gubernatorial appointments to New College's 13-member board.
- Miami Herald
The teacher says her “crying spells” were called “unprofessional,” according to the lawsuit.
The governor announced during an event in Bradenton that he's requesting millions to recruit new faculty at Sarasota's New College.
The future of President Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan is in crisis after the Administration announced it would end the COVID-19 public health emergency in May.
- Florida Today
Families for Safe Schools is disbanding, with five of the seven board members preparing to move out of county or state.
- Yahoo Life
What is 'school refusal'? Experts and parents on what happens when your teen won’t — or can’t — go to school.
School refusal — also called school avoidance — is becoming increasingly common in children and teens due to soaring rates of anxiety and post-pandemic fallout.
Changes are coming to an AP Black History course, but the College Board says suggesting Florida's objections played a role is a 'wildly misleading'
College Board denied that changes were made because of Florida's objection. The new course framework still marks certain subjects, like Black Lives Matter, as optional.
- The 74
For New Orleans middle school principal Laura Adelman-Cannon, the new normal means she has held down two jobs since the academic year began. Besides running the school of 550 students, Adelman-Cannon is also serving as the sixth-grade English teacher — missing out on hours of sleep and time with her family after a long day […]