New York City public school students created the first-ever Plastic Free Lunch Day and millions of students across the country participated.
The board concluded its meeting by moving to authorize negotiations for Superintendent Brennan Asplen's resignation with severance on Tuesday.
- The Columbus Dispatch
Ohio State's stakeholders, which include the public, have a right to know why the decision to resign was made, Professor Judson L. Jeffries writes.
- Florida Today
Citing what he called a failed discipline policy in Brevard schools, Sheriff Wayne Ivey said change is coming "starting right now."
- Kansas City Star
“You can like it, not like it, be upset about it all you like,” he told his African American studies class at University Academy. | Editorial
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
A former education official says affirmative action has been one of many tools to close the higher ed gap between minorities and whites in the U.S.
- The Columbus Dispatch
From debt-free education to a more diverse faculty, President Kristina Johnson had lofty goals for Ohio State. What will happen now with her leaving?
New board members in two GOP-leaning counties essentially sacked their school superintendents over the span of one week.
- American City Business Journals
"I truly do not believe this will be a disruptive force in any major way," a local college president said. "They have left a good legacy as they depart – and it’s not like they’re leaving tomorrow."
America has a $1.7 trillion student loan debt problem. Here’s what 6 borrowers think will solve the crisis as Biden’s forgiveness plan stalls
"There needs to be a forward-looking solution."
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Idaho murders: Former FBI special agent says investigation shouldn't be 'hampered' because of remote learning
Former FBI special agent says the investigation into the killing of four University of Idaho students shouldn't be hampered due to students learning remotely after Thanksgiving break.
- Raleigh News and Observer
It’s not the first time the city has been recognized as a top place for college students to live.
- Fox News
University of Idaho students and a worker from a pizza place started delivering pizza to police as the investigation into the murders of four students continues.
- The 74
K-12 teacher shortages — one of the most disputed questions in education policy today — are an undeniable reality in some communities, a newly released study indicates. But they are also a hyper-local phenomenon, the authors write, with fully staffed schools existing in close proximity to those that struggle to hire and retain teachers. The […]
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The court said in a brief order that it will hear arguments in February, but will keep the program on hold for now.
- Akron Beacon Journal
Fights at Akron's Ellet High School Monday also brought family members to the school, leading to a police response that included 14 cruisers
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
'Some come every single day': Wisconsin college students' use of campus food pantries soars this year
Over the past year, Milwaukee Area Technical College has opened food pantries at all five of its campuses. The pantries couldn't have come at a better time.
- Daytona Beach News-Journal
Last month, Volusia County Schools suspended a student after a counselor alleged the boy groped her. The family has announced its intentions to sue.
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As the investigation continues into the killings of four University of Idaho students, police said Thursday they haven't concluded whether the students or the house they were renting were targeted in the attack. Meanwhile, hundreds of students came together Wednesday night to honor the victims. CBS News correspondent Lilia Luciano discussed the latest from Moscow, Idaho.
- USA TODAY
The decision will likely be appealed to the Supreme Court, which is already considering another challenge to Biden's student loan forgiveness plan.
Five students at John F. Kennedy High School in southwest Denver were treated for medical issues on Thursday.