A Milwaukee grandmother says MPS' Gaenslen School has helped her granddaughter with special needs come a long way. Now, the trouble is actually getting her to school.
- In The Know by Yahoo
A teenager is being celebrated on TikTok for calling out her school's sexist policy during an assembly.
- The 74
Every day after work, veteran English teacher Staci Ely pulls into the parking lot of the Spanish Trail Lodge in Fort Stockton, a small town in far West Texas. She parks right in front of her door in the motor-court style hotel, and settles into a small, recently refurbished room with an en suite bathroom, […]
- The Columbus Dispatch
High-dosage tutoring and increasing time spent in the classroom are needed for Ohio students to dodge an educational disaster, Aaron Churchill writes.
I'm a 9th-grade teacher. Here's what I wish parents of freshmen would help their children understand.
The author, who has nearly two decades of experience teaching high-school students, says parents can set their freshmen up for success beyond school.
- NBC News
For at least a decade, the University of Georgia has failed to enroll Black students at a rate proportionate to the state's Black high school students.
- The Hill
The day has finally come — well, almost. After weeks of waiting, the White House appears to be gearing up to forgive the federal student loan debt of millions of Americans after alerting borrowers Thursday about what to expect through the process.
- Kansas City Star
Students who did not receive a Pell Grant while in school will receive up to $10,000
- LA Times
Richard Alexander Turner, 64, has been charged with multiple counts of sexual assault against young women he treated while working as an athletic trainer in Los Angeles high schools.
Borrowers who don't want to automatically receive Biden's student loan forgiveness will be able to opt out.
- Idaho Statesman
“Education should not be a punishment,” Idaho parent Tasha Baker says.
- Lexington Herald-Leader
“If we ban books that talk about LGBTQ identities, we’re cutting a lifeline to queer, particularly trans kids.”
- Fox News
Two Christian parents from the United Kingdom took successful legal action against their country's Department of Education after a school labeled them and their son as transphobic.
- Associated Press
A federal lawsuit has been filed against eight entities and three individuals for the May shooting that killed 19 students and two teachers at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. The lawsuit, first reported by the San Antonio Express-News, was filed Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Del Rio by one parent whose child was wounded in the shooting and two parents whose children were on campus at the time. Attorneys for the parents say it is the first federal lawsuit related to the attack.
- USA TODAY Sports
Jackson State football coach Deion Sanders discussed the water crisis facing Mississippi's capital city.
- National Review
A group of states filed a lawsuit against the Biden administration in an attempt to stop the student loan-forgiveness program from taking effect.
- KABC – Los Angeles
Los Angeles Academy Middle School was briefly placed on lockdown Tuesday after a threat of violence was made against the South L.A. campus, authorities said.
- Utica Observer-Dispatch
Authorities say the alleged sexual abuse didn't take place at a school. The school district says Jerry Studer is on leave.
- The Advocate
Virginia's Republican Gov. Glenn Youngkin wants to roll back transgender students' rights in public schools, but students around the state are rejecting his new policies.
The Biden administration announced on Aug. 24 a formal plan to forgive up to $20K in federal student loans, affecting millions of borrowers as they awaited a student loan moratorium set to end on Aug....
- Native News Online
When 13-year-old Gia Mendoza began seventh grade last year at Ignacio Middle School in southwest Colorado, she noticed something was missing from the bathrooms. While the school regularly provided toilet paper, soap and paper towels, free and comfortable period products were noticeably absent. “Our school didn’t really talk about it,” Mendoza, a descendant of the Chiricahua Nation, told Native News Online.