The goal is to cut down on distractions.
- Florida Today
Students at Johnson Middle School over the summer were escorted by adults to the bathroom, and no such assault occurred, a district spokesman said.
- IndyStar | The Indianapolis Star
After more than 50 years, Indiana University and Purdue University will split IUPUI – their joint venture in Indianapolis − into two separate schools.
Three parents were arrested, two of whom were tased, during a confrontation outside an Arizona elementary school that had been locked down.
Parents at a Mission District-based public elementary school are expressing growing frustration over a homeless encampment, blocking the sidewalk nearby.
The initiative, which coincides with surging inflation and food costs, will offer free meals to 6 million students in California
- The Tennessean
Girls are at the center of Harpeth Hall's work. We are leading a national conversation on the place for girls in an ever-evolving world.
The new program has deposited hundreds of dollars into 3.4 million newly created college savings plans for low-income students.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Proposed curriculum in the Wauwatosa School District would include information on sexual orientation and gender identity
A proposed update to the human growth and development curriculum in the Wauwatosa School District has divided parents.
Parents arrested and tased after attempting to get into an Arizona elementary school under lockdown due to report that a man with a gun tried to open a locked door, police say
Three parents in Arizona were arrested after being confrontational with police officers in an attempt to enter their children's school during a lockdown.
- The Intelligencer
We stand with parents who want a rich, inclusive education for their children and don’t want schools trampling on fundamental rights.
- The 74
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel has joined a coalition of 16 attorneys general from across the country in filing an amicus brief opposing Florida’s “Parental Rights in Education Act,” otherwise known as the “Don’t Say Gay” law. Nessel, a Democrat who is Michigan’s first openly gay top statewide official, says that the law, which prevents […]
Regardless of income status, all students in California will soon be able to receive a free meal from their school.
Professor: “A large student loan forgiveness program would drive up inflation even faster."
Starting this upcoming school year, 2022-2023, all public school students in the state can get free lunch and breakfast thanks to the Universal Meals Program.
- Good Morning America
All California public school students will have access to free nutritious meals this school year, thanks to the statewide Universal Meals Program. California is the first state to promise all 6 million public school students free meals thanks to the landmark state budget agreement Gov. Gavin Newsom signed into law last July after the passage of Assembly Bill 130. The Universal Meals program is designed to build on the foundations of the federal National School Lunch Program (NSLP) and School Breakfast Program (BSP) and ensures all students are offered breakfast and lunch at school.
- Pioneer Press, St. Paul, Minn.
The opening of a new St. Paul charter school designed by associates of Ramsey County Sheriff Bob Fletcher and supported with county funds has been postponed after organizers failed to hit their enrollment target. The school’s startup coordinator, Donna Swanson, said concerns about the coronavirus reduced the opportunities to recruit new students over the winter. In June, when the school first ...
- LA Times
In a mutiny against strict party rules imposed after allegations of frat house sexual assaults, six USC fraternities formally disaffiliated from the university, prompting warnings of "serious ramifications"
'Defaulting on a student loan should not be a lifelong sentence of financial struggle and despair,' Education Undersecretary James Kvaal says.
- The Telegraph
“Far-Left” university bosses have been accused of forcing out their own diversity adviser after staff protested that criticism of transgender activism was “threatening”.
- The New York Times
College students heading to campus this fall may be confused by the recent headlines about student debt and wonder: Does any of this affect me? Will the pause on student loan repayments that started early in the pandemic be extended? Will some student debt be erased? Sign up for The Morning newsletter from the New York Times “It’s a very confusing time,” said Regan Fitzgerald, manager of the Pew Charitable Trusts’ project on student borrower success. Here is a rundown of what is known and unknow