Since 2016, Mountain America Credit Union has awarded more than 50 grants to teachers and school leaders to support classroom learning.
Tim Cook says he uses ‘a very good formula’ to look for Apple employees—these are the 4 traits he seeks out
Apple CEO Cook outlined four specific attributes that make for successful hires.
A new study suggests the number of Chinese researchers relocating to China from the United States is increasing despite the end of the controversial China Initiative earlier this year. The Asian American Scholar Forum (AASF) published a report titled “Caught in the Crossfire: Fears of Chinese-American Scientists” on Sept. 3. In its study, the association presented the results of its national academic climate survey, showing that the number of Chinese researchers leaving the U.S. has grown since the U.S. Department of Justice launched its China Initiative in 2018.
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River Valley High in Yuba City, Calif., had canceled the rest of its football season after a "deeply offensive" prank reenacting a "slave auction."
College Professors, Tell Us The Ways In Which Students Are Clueless About Being A University Educator
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- USA TODAY Opinion
The school at which I teach has become a school of choice, an alternative to inferior and sometimes perilous inner-city neighborhood high schools.
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Student loan debt cancellation application forms are slated to arrive this month. Here's what you need to know now so your debt relief isn't delayed.
Student-loan borrowers in public service have less than one month to use a 'historic waiver' that will bring them closer to debt relief, 102 Democratic lawmakers say — and they want Biden to extend that debt relief through July
Expanded student-debt relief for public servants ends October 31, and Democrats said that "only a fraction" of those eligible have used the benefits.
PPS District Officials are working on a safety plan after they say a 15-year-old attacked a teacher.
- The 74
Some 84% of Pennsylvania students passed a newly required civics exam, part of a wave of similar mandates pushed hard by Republican lawmakers around the country, but one that hasn’t come with strict accountability. Arizona was among the first states to adopt such a measure in 2015. Pennsylvania’s test, signed into law by the governor […]
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What we’ve all known for years is finally (sorta) official.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Governor's race between Evers, Michels almost a referendum on what Wisconsin wants to see in education
The outcome of the election should be either more of the same, or radical change based on Republican beliefs.
- 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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Student in custody following online threat against Piedmont schools
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Parents want answers after some students claim they were drugged at a homecoming dance in Belton, Missouri, over the weekend.
- Modesto Bee
`A special education classroom is for learning, not babysitting.’ | Opinion
- Kansas City Star
Several teachers in the Kansas City metro area have been accused of misconduct in recent weeks including in the Olathe, Shawnee Mission and Belton school districts.
School has been canceled for all students in the Aberdeen School District on Monday due to online threats, Superintendent Jeffrey Thake announced Sunday evening.
- The 74
Among the six candidates the Georgia Association of Educators endorsed for statewide office, all were Democrats, save one: Republican schools Superintendent Richard Woods. The two-term incumbent’s support of a controversial new “divisive concepts” law that restricts what teachers can say about race and diversity in the classroom was apparently less worrisome to the union than […]
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The Texas man used the money “for his own personal benefit and not for education expenses as required,” officials said.