In the one week since a Texas mass school shooting that left 19 elementary students and two teachers dead, several parents have called concerned about safety.
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A high school science teacher asked her students to make her laugh for extra credit on a recent assignment, and her class certainly delivered.
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YouTube/WFAALivid parents and students in Texas have accused their school district of implementing an “asinine” dress code for the upcoming year that bans hoodies, skirts, and dresses.Forney Independent School District held a special board meeting Monday at which members could discuss the new dress code adopted the previous week. The new code bars students above the fourth grade from wearing dresses, skirts, or skorts. All students, no matter their grade, are barred from wearing a long list of i
These business majors have the highest ‘return on investment’ — with college graduates earning up to $165,000 a year
Analysis from Georgetown University shows the importance of major choice in college, and what profession you choose post-graduation.
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Former pre-K teacher on TikTok hilariously explains why parents shouldn't share their personal 'business' with their kids: 'The tea lies within those pretend games'
A former Pre-K teacher hilariously explained to parents why they should be careful with what they say and do in front of their kids.
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Employees at an education materials company say their workplace does not have the diversity and inclusion they'd been promised. Some are leaving.
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Butt family, H-E-B donate $10 million to replace Robb Elementary School in Uvalde after mass shooting
The timeline is still unclear for demolishing the school building. The district has plans to replace it with a memorial park.
Teen Founder Who Became The First Black Valedictorian At His High School Finishes First Year At Stanford With A 4.05 GPA
Ahmed Muhammad continues to level up.
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A parent accused Oconomowoc schools of teaching age-inappropriate material. The district threatened a defamation lawsuit.
The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty has written a letter defending Alexandra Schweitzer's comments as protected speech.
San Dieguito superintendent who said Asian students succeed because they’re wealthy Chinese is fired
A superintendent of a high school in California was fired on Sunday, two and a half months after she made controversial comments linking Asian students’ academic performance to the wealth of their immigrant families. The San Dieguito Union High School Board unanimously voted to fire Superintendent Cheryl James-Ward, who made the divisive remarks during a board training session on diversity, equity and inclusion back in April. James-Ward, the district’s first Black superintendent, responded that it is because the students are from rich families originating from China.
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George Washington University (GWU) has rejected its student body’s calls to remove Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas from his adjunct professor role in the aftermath of the overturning of Roe v. Wade. In a letter sent on Tuesday, GWU officials said that they will not remove Thomas from his current position with the school because…
Five colleges won't cancel Rudy Giuliani's honorary degrees. Some students, faculty, and alumni are livid.
Syracuse University, Georgetown University, St. John Fisher College, Loyola University Maryland, and The Citadel haven't rescinded Rudy Giuliani's honorary degrees.
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A star-studded coalition is being recruited to support a misguided plan | Opinion
Biden's top student-loan official says he's 'pushing hard' to give public servants more time to apply for debt relief
Student-loan borrowers have until October 31 to use the Public Service Loan Forgiveness waiver — but Richard Cordray signaled a possible extension.
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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.
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Gabby Quirova asked for loose natural curls at the hair salon, which she knew could stand up to the heat and still look intact all throughout Friday’s graduation ceremony. She’d be off to college soon, at Texas A&M University-San Antonio, a place she was originally worried would be too big and confusing to navigate, but […]
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There is a rally scheduled for Wednesday evening supporting the resolution's repeal.
- The Gainesville Sun
The Northeast Gateway is a major portal to UF and now has a look and feel befitting a top-five institution of higher education.
- The Hill
George Washington University officials have confirmed the first case of the monkeypox virus on its Washington, D.C., campus. In an email sent on Tuesday, university officials told the school community that the individual who tested positive for the virus has been isolated off campus, where they are receiving treatment from medical professionals. School officials also…
- Miami Herald
The Florida Department of Education’s training of educators on new civics standards for K-12 public schools is underway and has prompted some critical comments.
- The Courier Journal
Ky’s focus on school safety protocols and mental health is well-placed. Less so are the measures to increase SROs and create school police departments