Baltimore high school students are getting a chance to restore some of the city's 15,000 abandoned and boarded-up homes thanks to a big corporate donation. For now, the Carver House at 2212 Presstman St. is nothing more than an empty shell. But it will soon become a learning lab for Carver Vocational-Technical High School students. The students are picking up skills in the school system's Career Technology Education program. ADT Security Services donated $100,000 to buy construction materials for the Carver project. This opportunity provides young people with financial assistance to make a living eventually and to make a difference.
- LA Times
A week before Thanksgiving break, Whittier College announced it would end its NCAA Division III football, lacrosse and golf programs.
- LA Times
The proposal to require a fourth year of math, first proposed in 2016, was widely opposed by education advocates.
North Carolina has long attracted residents-to-be with its top-notch universities, thriving economy and gorgeous natural scenery. In 2022, it was named America's Top State for Business by CNBC. ...
- Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Texas high school football playoff schedule for the 2022 season from Class 6A through Class 1A six-man.
- The 74
National test results released in September 2022 show unprecedented losses in math and reading scores since the pandemic disrupted schooling for millions of children. In response, educational leaders and policymakers across the country are eager to reverse these trends and catch these students back up to where they would have been. But this renewed concern […]
The Sarasota County School Board's effort to fire Superintendent Brennan Asplen is being conducted with little openness, fairness or logic.
- Detroit Free Press
Two former school board members plan to make public information that they allege shows the district is lying to victims' families and the public.
Meet a Republican who would have all $10,000 of his student loans canceled under Biden's plan but thinks it's an unfair policy
Matthew, 28, would get all of his loans forgiven under the program, but he predicts the Supreme Court will overturn it.
- The Conversation
Lately, there has been a lot of discussion highlighting the need for incorporating social sciences in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) disciplines in order to foster creativity, increase empathy and create a better understanding of the human condition among scientists. Unfortunately, however, all this talk hasn’t changed the reality on the ground. As a researcher and teacher in biomedical engineering, looking at the fundamental functions of the human body, I feel that we i
- The Metrowest Daily News
Wayland Police Chief Sean Gibbons has seven days to revoke his acceptance of an employment settlement that calls for him to resign on Dec. 20.
A white middle school teacher in Texas has been fired after telling Black students that his race is superior.
- The Gadsden Times
What were these students that were rolling up these huge mounds of debt thinking, and who did they think was ultimately responsible?
- LA Times
The lawsuit alleges that Stanford University's 'reckless' handling of disciplinary charges against Katie Meyer led to the goalkeeper's suicide.
- Fox News
Brazil school shootings: Police say 16-year-old suspect wore swastika pinned to vest during deadly rampage
Brazilian police say the 16-year-old suspect, whose father is a military police officer, carried out the school shootings while wearing a swastika on his bulletproof vest.
- The Tennessean
This school year, Metro Nashville Public Schools has confiscated a rash of guns on the grounds of more than a half dozen schools.
Could a Black female business leader be as messy as Sam Bankman-Fried and Elon Musk? The answer is obvious.
Black women must present as "perfect" in order to get ahead.
A suspect or suspects have not been identified in the murders of four University of Idaho students who were found stabbed to death in a Moscow, Idaho, home, according to police.
- Lansing State Journal
Harassment is a behavior we have been working to address in higher education and the workplace for generations.
- The Star
Lineworker Academy gets boost from Duke Energy
- The Standard-Times
Lakeville police say a mother broke the law. She says it was a matter of testing school security and safety.