Some parents are taking issue with Henrico County Public Schools' policy of collecting laptops from students before the school year ends.
A Pennsylvania special-ed teacher was dismissed from her job after she taped 'I have nothing nice to say' message to student's nose
Local news reported that the teacher, identified as Audra Ritter, placed the tape on the student's nose in May.
Florida offers new training for teachers that says it was a 'misconception' that 'the Founders desired strict separation of church and state': report
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said the new civic education program was pushing back on the "woke indoctrination" of children.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
TCU officials, and the remaining Texas Big 12 schools are nervously preparing for their futures.
- The Advocate
It's not just Florida — Alabama, Tennessee, South Dakota, Utah, and Indiana have anti-LGBTQ+ laws coming into force now.
Distraught medical students who fled Ukraine are told their distance-learning degrees are not valid.
- The 74
This week the U.S. Interior Department released a 100-page report on the lasting consequences of the federal Indian boarding school system. You might recall last June Interior Secretary Deb Haaland, an enrolled member of the Laguna Pueblo, announced the federal agency would investigate the extent of the loss of human life and legacy of the federal Indian […]
- Patriot Ledger
Vandalism at Curry College that included swastikas, anti-Semitic graffiti and messages threatening to Black students appear to be one person's work.
- The 74
Pandemic learning loss and subpar standards have led to a significant decline in outcomes for Virginia’s K-12 students, Gov. Glenn Youngkin and his education appointees argued Thursday as they presented a new data analysis of school performance. Pointing to what the 34-page Virginia Department of Education report described as an “honesty gap” between what state […]
- Cincinnati.com | The Enquirer
The Supreme Court violated students' rights when the sided with a coach who was kneeling to pray with his team during games.
- Fresno Bee
The proposal comes two months after a racist photo surfaced at the school, but officials say it’s unrelated.
- Akron Beacon Journal
Retired Akron Public Schools teacher: In none of my years of service did I ever wish for a gun in the classroom. This idea will get people killed.
- KFSN – Fresno
UCSF Fresno is one of only four medical schools in the state participating in the California Medicine Scholars Program.
- The Telegraph
Medieval history should be taught more in England’s schools or “vast chunks” of our past will be lost, an MP has warned.
Florida narrows student achievement gaps in new statewide assessment results.
- The Abilene Reporter-News
Lawsuit regarding Patty Hanks Shelton School of Nursing is a setback in teamwork and local efforts in health care.
- Baltimore Sun
A community effort: Historic segregated school to transform into Justice Thurgood Marshall Amenity Center
Standing inside the surprisingly well preserved center hall of the Baltimore City public school built in 1877 and discussing its renovation, Rev. Al Hathaway looked relieved when he said, “And construction begins July 5.” Once restored, the school, which Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall attended from 1914 to 1921, will be on track to become a place of cultural tourism and host community ...
- Detroit Free Press
School vouchers don't work wll. But if a voucher proposal in Michigan passes, here's what it needs to do.
- National Review
Uvalde school district police chief Pete Arredondo says he has resigned from his role as a Uvalde city councilman, according to a new report.
- The Telegraph
Boris Johnson will this week announce plans to relax childcare rules in order to save families £40 per week.
- Motley Fool
The high school I attended had a rigorous curriculum that, at times, had me taking upward of 10 classes -- not including extracurriculars. Because of this, by the time I finished up the first semester of my senior year, I had accumulated more than enough credits to graduate. At that point, I had a choice -- graduate early and try to find a (low-paying) job in the college town I lived in, all the while losing health insurance (because back then, you couldn't just stay on your parents' plan if you weren't a full-time student), or pay for an extra semester of school, take fun classes, and hang out with my friends.