Since the reversal of Roe v. Wade, college students across several states have seen a difference in what reproductive care their university plans to offer. NBC News’ Chloe Atkins reports on how one nationwide student-driven movement is helping to improve students' access to abortion and healthcare on campuses.
- Florida Today
Citing what he called a failed discipline policy in Brevard schools, Sheriff Wayne Ivey said change is coming "starting right now."
The Sarasota County School Board's effort to fire Superintendent Brennan Asplen is being conducted with little openness, fairness or logic.
- Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Texas high school football playoff schedule for the 2022 season from Class 6A through Class 1A six-man.
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. ...
- LA Times
A week before Thanksgiving break, Whittier College announced it would end its NCAA Division III football, lacrosse and golf programs.
- Detroit Free Press
Two school board members who resigned turn whistleblowers and say Ethan Crumbley should have been sent home under a policy administrators ignored.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
Newly elected Arizona superintendent of public instruction Tom Horne outlines a plan to accomplish his top priority: Bolstering student achievement.
- 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.
- In The Know by Yahoo
'America is always written as the hero': Native American boarding schools are a dark period in U.S. history that not enough people know about
Roughly 500 Native American children died from the abuse endured while they were at the U.S. boarding schools — a number that is only increasing as more investigations are underway.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
7 books have been removed from Elmbrook school libraries amid an organized effort to ban books across Wisconsin
Months after the implementation of a new Elmbrook School District library policy, seven books have been removed from circulation.
- 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.
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.
- LA Times
The strike of 48,000 University of California workers may have long-lasting consequences to the system's teaching and research excellence, some fear.
- The Columbus Dispatch
Ohio State President Kristina M. Johnson confirmed Monday evening a Dispatch report that she will resign her position after academic year.
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.
- 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.
Organizations took the fast track to a world dominated by remote technology, which meant that business leaders had to make a more concerted effort to be “human.” COVID had a personal dimension that affected people in so many different ways. No one had the answers, of course, but lending an empathetic ear and facing these challenges together somehow made the world a little safer and more manageable.
The statement comes as Brennan Asplen faces a special meeting of the School Board on Tuesday at 5 p.m., where the board could vote to fire him.