Loyalty Toyota donates school supplies to 400 students: 'Strong schools are built by strong communities'
- Modesto Bee
It’s the largest donation in the district’s history.
Prof. Constance Kassor's class, "Doing Nothing," is the most popular course at Lawrence University in Wisconsin. Here's what that says about college students today.
College Professors Are Revealing What Students Don't Understand About Their Work, And I Am Diligently Taking Notes
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Gen Z is driving most workplace trends—but we should be listening to millennials and boomers instead
Gen Z is the smallest generation. So why are we listening to their workplace complaints?
- Kansas City Star
The Olathe Northwest High School teacher and coach is accused of having sexual intercourse with a student several times, both at his home and at the school, according to police.
- Raleigh News and Observer
While acknowledging that the proposed equity policy my mean “discomfort” for some, supporters say it is necessary.
- Associated Press
A University of Arizona professor who authorities say was fatally shot on campus by a former graduate student was an expert on desert water issues who faculty and former students described as a kind and brilliant colleague. School officials identified Thomas Meixner, who had headed the school’s Department of Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences, as the victim in Wednesday afternoon’s shooting. “This incident is a deep shock to our community, and it is a tragedy,” University President Robert Robbins said in a statement late Wednesday.
The Biden administration has agreed to hold off on launching the student loan forgiveness application—for now.
This World Teachers' Day, U.S. educators are suffering from post-pandemic burnout and sweeping staff shortages. Read what one former principal says is the solution to getting educators back in schools.
Uvalde parents were outraged the school district hired a cop who was being investigated for her conduct during the mass shooting. Now she's been fired.
After pushback from parents and a state senator, the school district announced Thursday that Crimson Elizondo was fired from her position.
For borrowers worried about paying off existing student loans, President Joe Biden's debt forgiveness plan -- announced in August -- may have provided some relief. Important: This Credit Score Mistake...
- Yahoo Finance
College enrollments continue to drop in the U.S. as students seek alternatives to the traditional university experience.
A Wisconsin conservative group is suing Biden's student-loan forgiveness because it intentionally helps Black borrowers
The group argues that Biden's plan to cancel student debt has an "improper racial motive" and is unconstitutional. They're seeking to halt the plan.
- Kansas City Star
“One of the jobs of the auditor is to look at money spent and, if money’s being wasted, to highlight that,” Fitzpatrick said. “From my perspective, that type of curriculum is a waste of taxpayer money.”
- The Columbus Dispatch
If all you know about them is that Zak Herbstreit and Toby Wilson have famous dads, you're missing out.
- Travel Noire
The HBCU homecoming experience is unmatched and the 2022 Homecoming season is already in full swing.
- KTRK – Houston
The educator's school district is currently facing litigation for the sexual assault. The victim's family claims their student overdosed on drugs provided by the teacher.
- KARK Little Rock
Two parents are demanding action after they say an employee allegedly used a racial slur at Jacksonville Elementary School last week.
- IndyStar | The Indianapolis Star
A Purdue University student was killed inside a residence hall early Wednesday, according to an official from the school.
At least 10,000 Hungarian students, teachers and parents blocked a Budapest bridge before filling a main square outside parliament on Wednesday in support of teachers fighting for higher wages and teachers sacked for protesting. Teachers have launched an "I want to teach" campaign and called for civil disobedience to demand higher wages, a solution to a deepening shortage of teachers, and the right to strike. Wednesday's rally, which started with students forming a chain stretching for kilometres (miles) across Budapest in the morning grew into the biggest anti-government demonstration since nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban's April re-election.