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Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin called for the resignations of Loudoun County Superintendent Scott Ziegler and the Loudoun County School Board in the wake of a bombshell email this week. The email showed that Ziegler alerted the board to reports of a male student wearing a skirt allegedly assaulting a female student in a girl's bathroom – about a month before Ziegler publicly declared that he had no record of bathroom assaults.
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College Republicans at Washington & Lee University were told last month to take down materials in support of Virginia gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin -- a move the university said was done to keep it in compliance with its non-profit status under the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
- Washington Examiner
Washington and Lee University told its College Republicans club that it could not campaign for gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin just days before Virginians head to the polls.
Mother of 11-Year-Old Child Suspended for Hair Length Speaks Out About Their Lawsuit Against Texas School District
Danielle Miller, mother of one of seven students suing a Texas school district for banning long hair and suspending students who violated the rule, joins Yasmin Vossoughian to discuss the lawsuit and the impact the school���s decision has had on her child.
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The district expects Afghan students to arrive before the end of the year.
- The 74
“We have a partnership with a regional food bank,” a principal once told me on a school visit. “Each Friday, every eligible student gets a red backpack full of food for the weekend. … And when the parents show up (to refill the backpack each week), a reading specialist leads a 20-minute program on tactics […]
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New York City’s elementary school gifted and talented program, long criticized for its stark failure to include Black, Hispanic and other students, might win a reprieve from the likely incoming mayor. But the problems that led to its potential closure — how best to serve advanced learners without being exclusionary — still bedevil school districts across […]
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When schools closed down last spring, some parents and educators responded by forming “pandemic pods,” or small groups of students who came together outside of school to learn during the pandemic. These experiments from last year provide some important examples of how families and educators can affirm students’ identities, instill a sense of belonging, and […]
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Education Secretary Miguel Cardona thinks harnessing the positive energy of surviving 2020 — and adding federal funds — may be the way to solve long-standing problems.
- The Guardian
Students at historically Black college in DC say conditions are deplorable and would rather sleep at student center than dorms Howard University, a historically Black college in Washington DC. Photograph: Jacquelyn Martin/AP Mold. Rats. Cockroaches. Mushrooms growing under the sink. For undergraduate students attending Howard University, a historically Black college in Washington, these and other conditions have prompted students to protest, staging a sit-in and sleeping at the university’s main
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The person who died was not a Fort Valley State University student, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.
- KTNV - Las Vegas Scripps
A Clark County School District employee got to meet her very own service dog on Saturday.
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Addiction isn’t shameful – so why aren’t more universities offering students the support they need to recover?
I’ve noticed a reluctance from universities to acknowledge the issue, as though students experiencing addiction are themselves the problem
- Baltimore Sun
Morgan State student who was injured in campus shooting during homecoming weekend is expected to make full recovery, officials say
The 18-year-old Morgan State University student who was injured in a shooting on the Northeast Baltimore campus Saturday night is expected to make a full recovery, university President David K. Wilson said in a statement Sunday. Officers responded to reports of gunfire in the 2300 block of Argonne Drive at approximately 6:40 p.m. Saturday and found the student suffering from a gunshot wound to ...
A group of Louisiana dads started a school patrol at a local high school that suffered a week of violent clashes between students
One week at Southwood High School ended with 23 students being arrested for fights over the course of three days, according to reports.
Angel Fund provides students with school supplies and scholarships
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Morgan State student shot during homecoming festivities
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An 18-year-old Morgan State University student was shot in the chest on campus during homecoming weekend. City police said officers were called around 6:39 p.m. Saturday for a shooting in the 2300 block of Argonne Drive. There was a large presence in the area for tailgating and other homecoming festivities.
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