Kevin Skarupa recently visited with the sixth-graders at Timberlane Middle School
- Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Texas high school football playoff schedule for the 2022 season from Class 6A through Class 1A six-man.
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- The 74
National test results released in September 2022 show unprecedented losses in math and reading scores since the pandemic disrupted schooling for millions of children. In response, educational leaders and policymakers across the country are eager to reverse these trends and catch these students back up to where they would have been. But this renewed concern […]
- Kitsap Sun
Members of the Latino community gathered at a meeting this week to share their experiences with the high school principal.
- LA Times
The proposal to require a fourth year of math, first proposed in 2016, was widely opposed by education advocates.
Meet a first-generation attorney with $347,000 in student debt who can't land a job and says 'there are a substantial number of people like me that are being forgotten'
Steve Pederzani, who is on SNAP and rental assistance, pushed back on Biden's argument that student debt relief should not go to lawyers.
The Biden administration on Wednesday extended a pause on student loan payments, yet borrowers should prepare for the eventual resumption of payments by saving the amount they would otherwise owe, experts advise. In August, the Biden administration announced a plan to forgive up to $10,000 in federal loans for low-and-middle-income borrowers without Pell grants, and up to $20,000 for borrowers with Pell grants. The student loan payment pause was set to expire on Dec. 31.
Student Loan Forgiveness: Approval Letters Are Being Sent, But It Doesn’t Mean You’ll Get Money — Here’s Why
Despite legal entanglements that have temporarily halted the Biden administration's federal student loan forgiveness program, administration officials continue to inform borrowers that they are...
- The Hill
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones called himself a “curious kid” after The Washington Post reported on a photo showing him among a group of white boys standing outside the entrance of an Arkansas high school as six Black students tried to be the first to enroll in 1957. Jones told reporters after the Cowboys game…
- The Metrowest Daily News
Wayland Police Chief Sean Gibbons has seven days to revoke his acceptance of an employment settlement that calls for him to resign on Dec. 20.
- The 74
When it comes to education in prison, policy and research often focus on how it benefits society or improves the life circumstances of those who are serving time. But as I point out in my new edited volume, “Education Behind the Wall: Why and How We Teach College in Prison,” education in prison is doing […]
- The Gadsden Times
What were these students that were rolling up these huge mounds of debt thinking, and who did they think was ultimately responsible?
- Fox News
University of Idaho students will have the option to learn remotely or in person after four students were murdered on Nov. 13. No suspects have been identified.
- Florida Today
Readers share their views in letters to the editor.
Amazon Inc will shut down a food-delivery business it was testing in India, the e-commerce giant said on Friday, a day after it announced the winding down of its online learning platform for high-school students in the country. Amazon Food, a business the company was trialing in the southern Indian city of Bengaluru, would be discontinued, it said. "As part of our annual operating planning review process, we have made the decision to discontinue Amazon Food," a company spokesperson told Reuters.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
Cove Day School, which sits near several abandoned uranium mines, was set for replacement years ago, but nothing has happened.
- Lansing State Journal
Harassment is a behavior we have been working to address in higher education and the workplace for generations.
- Fox News
A California appeals court ruled against the San Diego Unified School District’s controversial COVID-19 student vaccine mandate this week following pushback.
- Raleigh News and Observer
People entering the schools will have to pass through a scanner that’s supposed to detect if they’re carrying a concealed weapon.
- The Standard-Times
Lakeville police say a mother broke the law. She says it was a matter of testing school security and safety.