Under the proposal, all full-time staff will receive $4,500 per school year and part-time staff will receive $2,250 per school year.
- In The Know by Yahoo
Former pre-K teacher on TikTok hilariously explains why parents shouldn't share their personal 'business' with their kids: 'The tea lies within those pretend games'
A former Pre-K teacher hilariously explained to parents why they should be careful with what they say and do in front of their kids.
- Kansas City Star
Parents called police after he didn’t return from his Head Start Program on time, officials said.
Teen Founder Who Became The First Black Valedictorian At His High School Finishes First Year At Stanford With A 4.05 GPA
Ahmed Muhammad continues to level up.
- The Herald-Times
Employees at an education materials company say their workplace does not have the diversity and inclusion they'd been promised. Some are leaving.
- Associated Press
When Hansika Daggolu’s junior year of high school starts in the fall, she’ll be watching to see if a later first bell under a new California law means fewer classmates are heads-down on their desks for afternoon naps. The overall mood, she suspects, will lift as well if her classmates at Mission San Jose High School in Fremont aren't quite so sleepy. Similar proposals are before lawmakers in New Jersey and Massachusetts.
Twin Sisters Keyara And Teyara Watson-Love Earn Master's Degree, Joining The Three Percent Of Black Women In Their Field
Excellence runs in the DNA of twin sisters Keyara and Teyara Watson-Love.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
A parent accused Oconomowoc schools of teaching age-inappropriate material. The district threatened a defamation lawsuit.
The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty has written a letter defending Alexandra Schweitzer's comments as protected speech.
Student-loan borrowers shouldn't have to pay off debt Biden 'has promised to cancel,' 180 organizations say — and they're calling for another payment pause extension
The NAACP and major unions signed onto a letter exclusive to Insider urging Biden to "enact robust student debt cancellation" without any limits.
Biden's top student-loan official says he's 'pushing hard' to give public servants more time to apply for debt relief
Student-loan borrowers have until October 31 to use the Public Service Loan Forgiveness waiver — but Richard Cordray signaled a possible extension.
- Tri-City Herald
What’s taught in the classroom is what matters, not what books teachers read on their own time. | Editorial
- The 74
The national debate about LGBTQ issues in schools has come to the Midwest. In the wake of the passage of Florida’s so-called “don’t say gay” law, more than a dozen other states – including Missouri, Iowa, Tennessee and Ohio – have proposed similar legislation aimed at limiting how teachers discuss topics of gender identity or […]
- Cincinnati.com | The Enquirer
There is a rally scheduled for Wednesday evening supporting the resolution's repeal.
The Biden administration recently said it will cancel federal student loan debts of about 200,000 borrowers who claimed to be defrauded by their schools. More than $6 billion in student loan debt...
- Athens Banner-Herald
Laws passed by the Georgia Legislature targeting LGBTQ youth will have negative mental health effects, according to some Athens educators.
- The Fayetteville Observer
The Fayetteville House of Prayer was among several raided by the FBI on June 23. Here are 3 things to know.
Anti-‘Critical Race Theory’ Laws Are Working. Teachers Are Thinking Twice About How They Talk About Race
Teachers say there's a 'chilling' effect on how they talk about race
Bill Gates shared his résumé from freshman year of college on LinkedIn, and it included a few mistakes. One of them: including his height and weight.
- State College Centre Daily Times
The store plans to open in August on South Allen Street.
- Fox News
House Democrats blocked a measure by Republican Rep. Ashley Hinson to keep the Biden administration from cancelling hundreds of billions of dollars in student loan debt.
- The Courier Journal
Ky’s focus on school safety protocols and mental health is well-placed. Less so are the measures to increase SROs and create school police departments