Dr. Kamela Patton, CCPS Superintendent, explains the top three priorities for the district heading into the 2022-23 school year.
I'm a former college teacher. I wish parents would teach their kids these 3 life skills before they're done with high school.
The author taught in college for nine years and shares three things all parents should be teaching their kids before they head out to college.
The holdup comes as a huge number of donated books and purchases are frozen by Florida's new education restrictions.
I Was In A Southern Sorority, So Here Are 14 Things I Noticed Bama Rush Tok Didn't Reveal About Greek Life
Believe it or not, it's not only about outfits from the Pants Store and Golden Goose sneakers, y’all!View Entire Post ›
The student, reported missing on Aug. 12, was found five days later at the teacher's home.
- Ft. Smith Southwest Times Record
The original Title IX complaint was filed on March 11, 2022, accusing four students of sexual assault on March 8.
- Idaho Statesman
For five years, Idaho has been the country’s fastest growing state. A new University of Idaho analysis examines the demographics of who is coming and going.
- Kansas City Star
When the girl’s parents reported the incident to administrators, they tried to brush it off, according to the lawsuit.
- NBC News
Florida Christian school says it will only refer to students by 'biological gender,' asks gay and transgender students to leave
Grace Christian School in Valrico, Florida, told parents in an email it will refer to students only by their birth genders and will ask gay and trans students to leave.
- Portsmouth Herald
“Stop the grooming,” “Let kids be kids,” “Education not indoctrination” and other messages were scrawled on signs held by protesters.
Giving student-loan borrowers behind on payments a chance to return to good standing is 'literally the definition of insanity,' a top Republican lawmaker says
Biden wants to give student-loan borrowers in default a "fresh start" on their payments. GOP Rep. Virginia Foxx said it's "a terrible gamble."
- Yahoo Finance
Florida Education Association President warns state's plan to recruit veterans as teachers doesn't address 'the root of the problem.'
- The Ledger
Polk schools superintendent defends library book policy as activist threatens to file police reports
Polk School Superintendent Frederick Heid defended the district's opt-out policy. But one activist said "we are going to be filing police reports."
Sunstone, a higher education startup that collaborates with academic institutions to help upskill their students for employability, has raised $35 million in a new financing round as it looks to expand to more Indian cities. Sunstone founders said Friday WestBridge Capital led the startup’s Series C financing round. Alteria Capital also participated in the funding, which takes its to-date raise to about $68 million.
- CBS News
The pause on student loan payments is set to expire at the end of the month.
A group of student-loan borrowers over age 50 are going on strike if Biden restarts debt payments in 2 weeks: 'I simply cannot pay off my student loans'
The Debt Collective launched the "Fifty Over Fifty," older student-loan borrowers who won't pay their debt if Biden restarts payments after Aug. 31.
- Miami Herald
As we enter the back-to-school season, there’s always a sense of excitement for kids to see their friends and relief for parents to have their children out of the house. There should also be a sense of trepidation for parents because there is a literacy crisis unfolding in America and the two years of learning disruptions poured fuel on an already burning fire.
- The Columbus Dispatch
Jonathan Walsh says that he will stand with the teachers' union. " I will strike with my union, possibly taking out a loan to cover the lost pay."
- Akron Beacon Journal
The signs were deemed political and showing only one side of an issue, Superintendent George Fisk said.
A new law that took effect in California this year mandates later start times for high and middle schools in an effort to help teens get more sleep.
Changes are coming to the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program that now allows nonprofit and government employees to have their loans forgiven after 120 payments or 10 years.