Smart shopping expert Trae Bodge joins Holly Morris to share tips for back to school shopping,
"My students aren’t the snowflakes Gov. DeSantis assumes they are... and neither am I."
- 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"
Parents at a Mission District-based public elementary school are expressing growing frustration over a homeless encampment, blocking the sidewalk nearby.
Three parents were arrested, two of whom were tased, during a confrontation outside an Arizona elementary school that had been locked down.
- Miami Herald
Denise Soufrine sneaked into her kindergarten classroom as soon as her principal allowed it, days before the calendar mandated last week’s return of teachers.
Michael James, a man who taught at O.J.
- Miami Herald
As teachers, students and parents prepare for the 2022-23 school year, the Herald was curious to know how the start of this year compared to others.
- 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 ...
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.
3 reasons some highly paid professionals like doctors and lawyers still have 7 figures in student debt they can't pay off
Some doctors and lawyers have $1 million or more in student-loan debt. Here's how they get buried in loans they can't repay despite high salaries.
- San Luis Obispo Tribune
“So what if the policy exceeds what other district have on the books?” asks The Tribune Editorial Board.
- 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 […]
Professor: “A large student loan forgiveness program would drive up inflation even faster."
- 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.
- The Telegraph
Staff at Confucius Institutes in the UK are having their political views and ethnic backgrounds filtered by Chinese officials, according to researchers.
“You are a girl. Forget about education and go back home,” a Taliban member told Humaira Zafari as she fled Afghanistan last summer.
- USA TODAY
Authorities say three Arizona parents were arrested after trying to get inside Thompson Ranch Elementary School to pick up their kids amid a lockdown
SHANGHAI (Reuters) -China's financial hub Shanghai said on Sunday it would reopen all schools including kindergartens, primary and middle schools on Sept. 1 after months of COVID-19 closures. The city will require all teachers and students to take nucleic acid tests for the coronavirus every day before leaving campus, the Shanghai Municipal Education Commission said. It also called for teachers and students to carry out a 14-day "self health management" within the city ahead of the school reopening, the commission said in a statement.
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.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Researchers have found shorter school weeks may attract teachers. But how do they affect students?