A 17-year-old Fort Myers high school student was detained after allegedly threatening another student through text messages.
- The 74
Attorney General Eric Schmitt announced Wednesday that he’s issued subpoenas to seven school districts across the state as part of his ongoing investigation into school districts’ curriculum and practices. Schmitt, who is running in the GOP primary for U.S. Senate, said in a news release that the subpoenas target student surveys that his office characterized as asking […]
Prince Christian is second in line to the Danish throne and enrolled at the elite Herlufsholm School last year
- Cincinnati.com | The Enquirer
Parents in the Forest Hills School District are speaking up against the board's recently approved anti-critical race theory resolution.
A Texas school district banned hoodies, short dresses, and 'unnatural hair coloring' in dress code meant to train students for the 'future workforce'
More than 4,000 people as of Saturday have signed an online petition — created by a student — to protest the school district's guidelines.
- The Des Moines Register
Teacher education expert and Buena Vista University assistant professor: A few comprehensive changes may be able to make teachers feel better.
President Joe Biden is expected to make an announcement this summer on whether to pursue legislation that would forgive federal student loan debts for millions of borrowers. If a forgiveness plan is...
- Associated Press
Before the pandemic, there was no room in the budget for Kate Murphy’s children to buy lunch at school. The free meals gave the Essex Junction, Vermont, family one less thing to worry about. “We make just too much money (literally by just a few dollars) to qualify for free or reduced lunches and other food-related benefits, but not enough to truly ever feel financially comfortable,” Murphy, a mother of four and administrator at a trust company, said by email.
- The Courier Journal
Kentucky Teacher of the Year 2022 Willie Carver won't be in the running for the award in 2023. He'll be working at the University of Kentucky.
- Rolling Stone
The court ruled on Monday that public school officials violated the First Amendment by firing a football coach for leading students in prayer on the field
- USA TODAY Opinion
The frustration that parents felt juggling work and their children’s learning spurred an explosion of school choice initiatives around the country.
- Fox News
The University of Michigan is awarding a group nearly $2 million in grant funding in an effort to examine “the historical and current state of the U.S. carceral system.”
- Daily Commercial
June 26, 2022, letters: Readers comment on the GOP, AR15s and school zoning.
Hybrid learning models are especially popular among India's K-12 and younger test prep learners.
- Real Simple
On this episode of the Money Confidential podcast, host Stefanie O’Connell Rodriguez turns to Melissa Jean-Baptiste, the founder of Millennial in Debt, about her journey of paying off $102,000 of debt, and her strategies for anyone else trying to do the same.
- The State
The Republican state superintendent race has grown increasingly combative in recent weeks, with the leading candidates ramping up attacks on each other’s integrity ahead of Tuesday’s primary runoff.
- Star News
Comprehensive sex education decreases unplanned pregnancies, a key issue if Roe v. Wade is overturned.
- Associated Press
The Supreme Court sided Monday with a high school football coach from Washington state who sought to kneel and pray on the field after games, a decision that could strengthen the acceptability of some religious practices in other public school settings. The justices said the coach's prayer was protected by the First Amendment. “The Constitution and the best of our traditions counsel mutual respect and tolerance, not censorship and suppression, for religious and nonreligious views alike,” Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote for the majority.
- Hilton Head Island Packet
“Milo” and “Veda” are helping students with autism in Beaufort County schools improve social and behavioral skills, but the two aren’t special education teachers or teacher aides.
- The Commercial Appeal
Most of the students are enrolled in a summer reading program intervention and can likely advance to the third grade, but hundreds didn't sign up.
- Las Cruces Sun-News
There are much more sensible and cost-effective alternatives to “universal” taxpayer-funded pre-K.