School choice debate: Where are the private schools in Iowa?
- Shreveport Times | The Times
A Waskom ISD middle school teacher and coach was placed on administrative after posting a TikTok video about a threat he received that he felt was not handled by the school
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A Florida OnlyFans model is suing her local school district, saying sexually explicit images of her were shared among staff at her children's school
Victoria Triece is seeking damages from Orange County Public Schools, citing cyber-harassment and invasion of privacy, a legal complaint says.
- Akron Beacon Journal
A Nazi-themed home-schooling curriculum reportedly being used in Upper Sandusky upset the superintendent there.
Gov. Ron DeSantis' appointees to the New College of Florida board could shakeup leadership at the Sarasota school.
- The 74
As schools face rising behavioral challenges, debates rage on about restorative justice, which rejects traditional, punitive discipline in favor of relationship-based work to address underlying causes of conflict. Studies show widely disparate results — for example, on school violence and academic performance. Many advocates explain these discrepancies by noting that neutral-to-negative results come about when […]
Among several recent proposed changes the Education Department has announced, it has updated the timeline for student loan borrowers seeking forgiveness under a one-time account adjustment, according...
Australia is preparing for the arrival of thousands of Chinese students, the education minister said on Monday, days after China's education ministry warned students enrolled overseas that online learning would no longer be recognised. Australia's education sector, which generated A$39 billion ($27.66 billion) in export earnings before the pandemic, has strong ties to China, with roughly 150,000 nationals enrolled in Australian universities.
- The 74
WASHINGTON – A panel of policymakers and educators, including author Dave Eggers and former U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, gathered at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday to promote the American Teacher Act. The bill, if passed, would authorize the federal government to create four-year grants for states to enact and enforce minimum school teacher […]
- The 74
Just before the winter holidays, the National Center for Education Statistics released new data on school staffing in the 2021-22 academic year. The data are provisional, but they represent the best look yet at how school staffing levels have changed over the course of the pandemic. As I forecast in September, the new data show […]
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Lawmakers are looking at ways to keep dangerous restraint techniques out of Texas schools.
A mother claims her child, a freshman in high school, is being discriminated against because the child is transgender.
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
Using a college degree to earn a higher salary and climb ladders of economic mobility is not as easy as it once was.
- The Oklahoman
Walters has begun using his new administrative powers to enforce political ideology he promoted during his campaign for state schools superintendent.
- The El Paso Times
I would prefer to know if my child (in El Paso) is meeting state standards at the minimum and more importantly, if they are on track to be college-ready.
With the legality of President Biden's broader federal student loan forgiveness program in question, the U.S. Department of Education (ED) has proposed revisions to income-driven repayment (IDR) plans...
A total of 26.26 million student loan borrowers have applied or were deemed automatically eligible for relief under President Joe Biden's student loan forgiveness program, and there are 16.48 million...
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Don't let the governor destroy New College of Florida
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Just a week after his hire, Coach Quinn Gray had to make an apology about his decision to make and then retract an offer to Marcus Stokes.
- The 74
Over the past few years, schools have rallied to ease the impact of students’ disrupted academic learning and the broad social, physical, emotional and psychological implications of the pandemic. Districts knew that making slight adjustments wouldn’t cut it, as they were up against some of the biggest learning challenges ever presented. Educators were empowered to […]
- The 74
No one applied to open a charter school in Louisville, despite last year’s mandate by the legislature that Jefferson County Public Schools approve a pilot charter by July 1 of this year. Monday was the deadline for charter school applicants in Jefferson County. JCPS spokesman Mark Hebert confirmed that no sponsor stepped up to open […]