More than 1,000 Baltimore City students returned to school virtually Tuesday after frozen pipes burst, seriously damaging two schools, among others. Frederick Douglass High School is one of two high schools that were closed due to flooding. Work crews have been on the job since the weekend, trying to clean up flooded classrooms and hallways on at least three floors in one wing at Douglass. In addition to Douglass, 11 News went to Digital Harbor High School, where wet carpeting was piled up outside due to serious water damage.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Students say the teacher was often “aroused” as they were forced into open-mouth kissing, groping and simulated sex, the lawsuit states.
People Are Sharing Things That Elementary School Teachers Told Them That Were Totally Wrong, And I Can't Believe Some Of These
"As a nerdy kid interested in space, I told her that it’s the moon actually reflecting the light of the sun, but she did not believe me."
Tampa Bay Young Republicans Executive Director Jake Hoffman says New College of Florida needs to change its image as an epicenter of woke ideology.
- The Hill
More than 100 Harvard students walked out of professor John L. Comaroff’s class Tuesday afternoon to protest his teaching again after he was placed on leave last year for violating the school’s sexual harassment and professional conduct policies. The Harvard Crimson, the school’s student newspaper, reported that the students protested Comaroff’s first lecture of the…
- The 74
Debbie Critchfield was elected Idaho superintendent of public instruction in November, ousting two-term incumbent Sherri Ybarra, a fellow Republican whose tenure was widely panned as lax and ineffectual. Critchfield has served on the Idaho State Board of Education for seven years, two of them as president. She also spent several years as a substitute teacher, […]
- NBC News
A 29-year-old woman was arrested last week after she spent four days fraudulently enrolled in a New Jersey high school as a student, school district officials said.
- Associated Press
Faculty leaders at a Minnesota college that dismissed an art history instructor who showed depictions of the Prophet Muhammad in a course have overwhelmingly called for the university president to resign. Faculty leaders at Hamline University said 71 of 92 members who attended a meeting Tuesday voted to call on President Fayneese Miller to resign immediately.
The proposal reflects the degree to which Republicans want the next election to be waged around classrooms as much as boardrooms.
- Business Insider
Florida wants its strict race and gender law to influence how an AP class on Black history is taught nationwide
Florida expects the African American history class will be altered for all students because of its laws that limit what can be taught about gender and racism.
- Miami Herald
The Manatee County school district is asking for volunteers to help make sure books are on an approved list.
- The 74
It’s a tragedy that many observers have struggled to wrap their minds around: How could a 6-year-old access a loaded gun, bring it to school and fire it as his teacher? And how could school leaders ignore multiple warnings the little boy was armed? In the weeks since the Jan. 6 shooting in Newport News, […]
- Idaho Statesman
Abortion, school choice and property taxes were the main issues discussed at the Meridian town hall.
- Naples Daily News
Philanthropists Lee and Penny Anderson of Naples donate $75 million to a Minnesota university
- The Oklahoman
State Supt. Ryan Walters orders Oklahoma's top higher education official to account for 'every dollar' spent on teaching diversity, equity and inclusion
- Miami Herald
Feds crack down on South Florida nursing schools they say were selling bogus degrees.
- Victorville Daily Press
Gov. Gavin Newsom may be walking back a plan he rolled out in 2021 to mandate COVID-19 vaccines for K-12 students.
- USA TODAY
From apprenticeships to grow-your-own programs to residencies, teachers are being certified in nontraditional ways. But when does it become too easy?
- NBC News
The Newport News School Board on Wednesday voted to replace its embattled superintendent amid the continuing fallout from a 6-year-old boy shooting his first-grade teacher this month.
- College Football News
College Football Transfer Portal 2023: Ranking the 15 best offensive guards and centers switching teams
- The Burlington Free Press
Jake DeArruda, who attended school in Ludlow, gets moment in bright lights of 'Jeopardy!' on Friday when episode taped in December will be shown