Both incidents happening just after 10 p.m. Friday, minutes apart from each other near west Arthur and North Lakewood avenues.
Four Massachusetts towns have been ranked among the top 15 safest communities in America, according to a new report.
- Charlotte Observer
The stunning transgressions at UNC in recent months are not mere missteps or good faith miscalculations.
- 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…
- The Gainesville Sun
Around 100 protesters crowded UF's Tigert Hall to protest Ben Sasse’s first day as the school's 13th president before marching inside to his office.
- Black Enterprise
This is HUGE! This will be the first law school in the country named after a practicing Black attorney. The only other law school in the country named for a Black person is named after Attorney Crump's personal hero, Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall. CONGRATS!
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 74
When former Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signed a law last year that lets any family receive public funds for private school or homeschooling, he said he “trusts parents to choose what works best” for their children. Over 46,000 Arizona students now use an education savings account, or ESA, which provides about $7,000 per child annually […]
"Abbott Elementary" Is Comedic Genius, But Here Are 20 Times It 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.
- The 74
What would you say if I told you there’s a program that could help alleviate two of the most persistent problems in education? Many states, cities and even the federal government are championing high-dosage tutoring as a key strategy in accelerating learning. They aren’t wrong, but they are missing another crucial outcome from this increasingly […]
‘School meal programs are at a breaking point’: New rules would limit sugar in U.S. school meals for first time, but draw mixed reaction from school advocates
U.S. Agriculture Department officials on Friday proposed new nutrition standards for school meals, including the first limits on added sugars, with a focus on sweetened foods such as cereals, yogurt, flavored milk and breakfast pastries.
- Detroit Free Press
Girl Scouts do much more than sell cookies. Across metro Detroit, scouting continues to have a positive impact on the lives of girls.
- LA Times
Low-income students who live in Mexico within 45 miles of the California border could pay in-state tuition at community colleges in San Diego and Imperial counties, under the new legislation.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Teachers and school administrators say a pay raise isn’t the only fix.
- Lohud | The Journal News
A national panic over high school dropouts, especially students of color and from low-income families, pushed Yonkers Public Schools to act.
- The Hill
Story at a glance Ann Arbor, Mich., was ranked the best place to live in the United States, according to a new review of cities most frequently cited on national lists. The city, located to the southwest of Detroit, is home to around 121,000 residents and the public University of Michigan. The region’s low crime…
- The Oklahoman
The Republican governor said he would spend $130 million to send more children to non-public schools.
- WLS – Chicago
Chute Middle School officials confronted the student and took the gun from him, Evanston police said.
- The Hill
For the 2022-2023 school year, some schools and children may be eligible to receive P-EBT benefits when COVID-19 disrupts normal classes.
Richard Corcoran, the former state House speaker and education commissioner, is set to become New College's interim president.
- The Conversation
The rights of transgender people are often in dispute, including in schools. AP Photo/Rick BowmerAs an increasing number of elementary, middle and high school students in the U.S. have begun to identify as transgender, school leaders have struggled to figure out how to respond, and how – and whether – to communicate about their actions to parents. In Maryland, for instance, three sets of parents filed a federal lawsuit in 2020 that challenged school guidelines allowing students to express their