It's official: Parma City School Board is down one member following the resignation of Former Vice President Amanda Karpus.
- Star News
Middle school transgender athletes will no longer be able to compete on teams that correspond with their gender identity starting next school year.
- The Root
The 6-year-old Virginia student accused of shooting and injuring his first grade teacher Abigail Zwerner has a track record of violent behavior according to documents obtained by The Associated Press. The shooting wasn’t the only bad run-in he’s had with a teacher.
The High School Years Are Way Different For People Outside Of The US, And These People Are Telling Us Why
Some people have greater opportunity or greater responsibility than others as teens in school.
- Tallahassee Democrat
Christopher Rufo's attack on FSU's DEI programs was followed by an FSU statement Thursday, and a second one was released Tuesday.
Nonrich Folks Who Went To Really Expensive Schools, Tell Us About The Most Entitled Rich Students You Ever Met
I will never get over the fact that I went to school with the kids who were part of the admissions scandal.
- Miami Herald
“We need to seriously examine how generative AI is changing how different fields,” a professor from Stanford University said.
- The Conversation
9-year-old Black prodigy has already begun college – but schools often fail to recognize highly talented Black students
Black students are underrepresented in gifted education programs. ER Productions Limited via DigitalVision/Getty Images PlusEditor’s note: Amid numerous reports about how Black students lag behind others in educational achievement, occasionally you may hear about a young Black “prodigy” who got accepted into college at an early age. The latest example is David Balogun, a 9-year-old Pennsylvania boy who recently became the second-youngest person to graduate from high school, which he did after ta
A Michigan mom says her 11-year-old daughter’s school called a drawing of a pig "inappropriate."
- The 74
When former Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signed a law last year that lets any family receive public funds for private school or homeschooling, he said he “trusts parents to choose what works best” for their children. Over 46,000 Arizona students now use an education savings account, or ESA, which provides about $7,000 per child annually […]
- ABC News
Texas couple charged with dealing fentanyl-laced pills to middle, high school students, 3 of whom died
The Justice Department on Monday charged a Texas couple with dealing pills laced with fentanyl, which it said led to three deaths of three students, according to court documents unsealed on Monday. Luis Eduardo Navarrete, 21, and Magaly Mejia Cano, 29 are charged with conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute a controlled substance.
- Greenville News
The University of South Carolina issued a Request for Information for a billion-dollar modernization project around football's Williams-Brice Stadium.
Student Loan Forgiveness: Biden Administration Makes It Easier for Those Misled by Schools to Have Debt Erased
With its plan to cancel federal student loan debt for millions of borrowers still hung up in the courts, the Biden administration has set its sights on another way to provide debt relief. This...
- NBC News
A gun magazine and ammunition were found Monday in a 5-year-old student's backpack at an elementary school in Syracuse, New York, officials said.
- NBC Sports Chicago
Andrew McKenna, partial owner and board member of the Chicago Bears, passed at the age of 93.
- Argus Leader
The bill would have created a $15M scholarship fund through the DOE for three years to help foster children.
- The Topeka Capital-Journal
The Kansas Legislature had controversially eliminated teacher due process in a middle-of-the-night amendment in 2014.
- Daytona Beach News-Journal
Gov. DeSantis appears to be stoking the flames of racial animus and division.
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
The Florida governor's right-wing trustees appear unconcerned with learning about New College before reshaping it.
- The Oklahoman
The Republican governor said he would spend $130 million to send more children to non-public schools.
- Asheville Citizen-Times
A new report by Buncombe County staff shows that Black and white students have significantly different levels of success in local public schools.