Complaints about the food being served to students have been pouring in since the school year began.
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A immunocompromised high schooler spoke in favor of mask mandates at a school board meeting. Parents in the audience booed and mocked them.
Buchanan High School senior Rami Zwebti spoke at a California school board meeting last week about the legitimacy of mask mandates in schools.
- Raleigh News and Observer
Police are still investigating.
- Kansas City Star
KU officials said there is no present threat to other students living in the residence hall.
- Fox News
Former President Barack Obama condemned Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin for focusing on hot-button education issues during the campaign, dismissing those issues as unserious and “fake outrage.” Virginia parents and parent advocates shot back at Obama's remarks, calling them “tone deaf” and “clueless."
Hundreds of Black and Asian American students were regularly harassed at the Davis School District in Farmington, Utah, and officials deliberately ignored their complaints, according to a recent federal civil investigation. Racial harassment: Black students at the school district were called “slave” and the N-word by other students. The incidents took place on a daily or weekly basis, and some students have encountered this type of racial harassment every year since kindergarten, according to the Washington Post.
- Miami Herald
Centner Academy, the private school in Miami that has garnered attention over its controversial stance on COVID-19, is walking back its decision to require students who get vaccinated against the disease to quarantine for 30 days.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The district expects Afghan students to arrive before the end of the year.
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.
- National Review
Ohio, Missouri, Pennsylvania School Board Groups Leave National Association over Letter Likening Parents to Domestic Terrorists
The Ohio and Pennsylvania School Board Associations have terminated their membership with the National School Board Association over the national group's open letter.
- The 74
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 […]
- 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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Teacher apologizes, sentenced for sex with student
- Washington Examiner
What started out as frustration over coronavirus rules and face masks has now grown into an effort across Wisconsin to recall dozens of local school board members.
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Biden admin gives post to National School Boards Association chief who signed 'domestic terrorism' letter
The Department of Education appointed the president of the National School Boards Association (NSBA) to a federal board overseeing student progress this month, despite a controversial letter the organization sent urging the Biden administration to investigate opposition to school boards.
- USA TODAY
'Sold a dream': As HBCUs struggle for funding, Howard University students protest living conditions and lack of voice
From students living in cars to mushrooms growing on ceilings, students say substandard conditions make some feel 'they were sold a dream'
- The 74
A rash of states in recent weeks — including Louisiana, Ohio, Kansas, and Oklahoma — have announced disappointing academic indicators for their students during the pandemic, including depressed test scores, rising chronic absenteeism, and faltering graduation rates. In most cases, states are attempting to gain approval from federal education officials to omit some information on […]
Data: ACT; Chart: Danielle Alberti/AxiosIowa's 2021 high school graduating class earned the second-highest ACT score in the U.S., averaging a composite score around 21.5 out of 36, said Rose Babington, ACT's director of state partnerships.The state's ranking is in comparison to other states who have a 40% or higher participation rate.State of play: Iowa's average score is 1.2 points higher than the national average — 20.3.The state ranks just below Minnesota and South Dakota, who tied for first
- LA Times
The story of the Little family women is one of perseverance, of pushing further than the previous generation and yet still starting from behind.
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
We're coming of age in a country that can't agree on basic truths and getting bombarded by false information on social media.
- Raleigh News and Observer
“My heart aches for these families,” a school district official said.