In a one-on-one interview with KCCI, Governor Kim Reynolds answers questions on her plan to use taxpayer money to help Iowans pay private school tuition.
Aramark apologizes for 'unintentional insensitivity' after serving students chicken and watermelon on the first day of Black History Month
School administrators apologized in a letter to parents, but ultimately blamed food vendor Aramark for the contested school lunch.
- The Hill
Ron DeSantis, Florida’s governor and a potential Republican presidential prospect, says he wants to mandate a “core curriculum” in public universities as a way to ensure young Floridians are grounded in Western civilization. To the nation’s higher education leaders, that idea is political kryptonite. Proponents of the core curriculum say every student should emerge from…
"Abbott Elementary" Is Comedic Genius, But Here Are 20 Times Pointed Out The Realities Of Public School Systems
Abbott Elementary may be an emerging cult classic, but its comedy is laced with public school realness we just cannot ignore.
Betsy DeVos and former GOP lawmakers who helped construct versions of the legislation Biden is using to cancel student debt just told the Supreme Court his plan 'obviously violates' the law
Trump's Education Sec. Betsy DeVos, former House Speaker John Boehner and other GOP officials argued why they think student-debt relief is illegal.
A ninth-grade high school student is facing criminal charges after an altercation with a teacher left her with a broken leg in Rockdale, Georgia.
- NBC News
A student was arrested after cell phone video surfaced this week of two boys viciously beating a girl aboard a school bus in Florida, district officials said.
- Fresno Bee
At one point, Fresno Costco customers were allowed to leave the store but no customers could enter.
- The Florida Times-Union
Florida's decisions on private school vouchers and an AP studies course dominated this week's letters, as well as reactions to a local rezoning issue.
- Raleigh News and Observer
Some NC school districts scramble to find substitutes as teacher vacancies grow. The churn in who leads a class can set back learning.
- Idaho Statesman
“Instead of creating more choices, vouchers weaken public schools and hurt rural communities,” writes Jerry Evans, former Republican state superintendent of public instruction in Idaho.
- The Metrowest Daily News
MetroWest and Milford Daily News letters to the editor
- The 74
Michigan education advocates and leaders urged the Senate Education Committee Tuesday to pass a bill to remove the controversial retention component from the state’s Read by Grade 3 law. Senate Bill 12, sponsored by Senate Education Committee Chair Sen. Dayna Polehanki (D-Livonia), aims to reform Michigan’s third-grade reading law by removing a mandate that requires […]
- Austin American-Statesman
The Texas State Board of Education has removed its opposition to voucher and school choice programs from its legislative agenda.
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
The financial reward of a college education may be diminished, but the value of expanding your worldview is priceless.
- The 74
Gov. Ron DeSantis has touted a plan to earmark $1 billion towards raising public school teacher pay, calling it a “big win” for Florida’s teachers. But a statewide teacher union was skeptical about the amount of the pay hike — $200-million across school districts — which may not help the lives of struggling teachers. The […]
Takeover of New College by Gov. Ron DeSantis' conservative board members comes with callous disregard for students, faculty, alumni and the community.
- Fresno Bee
Clovis Unified officials say the request is more complicated than it might sound.
- The Des Moines Register
Opinion: Our public schools are busy serving every child, like always; the problem is the people coming after them, writes Matthew Pries.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
Gov. Katie Hobbs announced this week her office will start a task force on educator retention and is taking applications from members of the public.
- Fox News
California officials said Friday that its children will not be required to receive the COVID-190 vaccine to attend schools. The state's emergency declaration ends this month.