School districts struggling to fill teacher openings
- Idaho Statesman
Around 8.4% of Americans moved states last year, which is a historic low. Idaho is a prime location to live, according to these rankings.
Stephen Curry chatted with PEOPLE about the back-to-school season and how his Oakland-based organization Eat. Learn. Play. and Rakuten are helping students in the Bay Area
- The Tuscaloosa News
At least 2,345 women on Sunday found out which sorority accepted them during Bid Day at the University of Alabama. The fall semester begins Wednesday.
- Kansas City Star
“No amount of money would have ever changed what happened to me. I’m still going to have to live with what happened the rest of my life,” said Haylee Weissenbach, 21.
- Fresno Bee
Students are questioning whether the ban is related to a racist photo taken in the Fresno high school’s weight room in May, despite denials from district leaders.
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DeSantis says teaching requirements are 'too rigid' as Florida moves to let veterans without degrees teach
DeSantis decried "rigid" teaching requirements that make "educators get certain credentials that often have little impact on teaching performance."
- The Marion Star
Through leadership changes and a national teaching shortage, one teacher to leave Marion City Schools shares his story.
- Argus Leader
In 1906, hysteria over the evils of dancing led to the graduating class of Sioux Falls High School being denied their diplomas.
The accountancy giant is lowering its recruitment criteria which it claims will improve diversity.
- Yahoo Life Shopping
Set your child up for a great school year by helping them stay organized (even if you’re not there) with these must-have organization items from Amazon.
- The 74
Florida’s 5th graders took the 2022 statewide science exam to measure understanding of the state’s science standards, but the results were stagnant to dismal. Only 48 percent of 5th graders passed the exam, based on a score of 3 or higher. The Florida Department of Education considers that “satisfactory—may need additional support for the next […]
- Fox News
Ohio churches have teamed up with a religious organization to create an alternative to public education in low-income areas, but the plan has earned the ire of the ACLU.
More than 200,000 student loan borrowers who were misled by their schools are in line for $6 billion worth of debt relief. It's a signal of changes ahead.
- Charlotte Observer
NCSU College of Education dean: This is what North Carolina must do to address the challenges teachers face. | Opinion
3 reasons some highly paid professionals like doctors and lawyers still have 7 figures in student debt they can't pay off
Some doctors and lawyers have $1 million or more in student-loan debt. Here's how they get buried in loans they can't repay despite high salaries.
- LA Times
Public school students in the Los Angeles Unified School District and across California will continue to get free meals at school.
- The 74
The mantra “all students can learn” echoes through the rooms of educator prep programs, professional learning sessions and trainings on curricular materials. As a special education teacher for the last 12 years, I deeply believe this to be true. However, time and again I have watched adults make decisions that do not support this notion. […]
- The Takeout
In my former profession, I was a teacher, so let me start this by saying I will never make it my business to tell teachers they need to do something more than what they already do every day. This complaint is not about them. It’s about the policy of the school, the greater school district, or possibly someone even higher up the ladder—whoever can be blamed for the current “snack time” infrastructure in early elementary classrooms. Please, as a parent, I don’t want snack time duty. Please relieve
- The Telegraph
GCSE results day is a nerve-wracking experience for students after months of anxious waiting over the summer.