In tonight's School Patrol, we take a look at the camp that's open to students from 8 to 18, offering fun, games and medical treatment.
- In The Know by Yahoo
A high school science teacher asked her students to make her laugh for extra credit on a recent assignment, and her class certainly delivered.
- 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.
- 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.
- Lohud | The Journal News
More than 40 seniors are continuing their softball careers in college. Here's where you can find them.
- The Daily Beast
YouTube/WFAALivid parents and students in Texas have accused their school district of implementing an “asinine” dress code for the upcoming year that bans hoodies, skirts, and dresses.Forney Independent School District held a special board meeting Monday at which members could discuss the new dress code adopted the previous week. The new code bars students above the fourth grade from wearing dresses, skirts, or skorts. All students, no matter their grade, are barred from wearing a long list of i
- Miami Herald
Several South Florida high school educators are alarmed that a new state civics initiative designed to prepare students to be “virtuous citizens” is infused with a Christian and conservative ideology after a three-day training session in Broward County last week.
San Dieguito superintendent who said Asian students succeed because they’re wealthy Chinese is fired
A superintendent of a high school in California was fired on Sunday, two and a half months after she made controversial comments linking Asian students’ academic performance to the wealth of their immigrant families. The San Dieguito Union High School Board unanimously voted to fire Superintendent Cheryl James-Ward, who made the divisive remarks during a board training session on diversity, equity and inclusion back in April. James-Ward, the district’s first Black superintendent, responded that it is because the students are from rich families originating from China.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Butt family, H-E-B donate $10 million to replace Robb Elementary School in Uvalde after mass shooting
The timeline is still unclear for demolishing the school building. The district has plans to replace it with a memorial park.
- Charlotte Observer
A star-studded coalition is being recruited to support a misguided plan | Opinion
- Raleigh News and Observer
Counselors were made available for Northwood High School students affected by the loss of a recent graduate and two current students.
- Cincinnati.com | The Enquirer
Parents in the Forest Hills School District are speaking up against the board's recently approved anti-critical race theory resolution.
- The Gainesville Sun
The “Stop WOKE Act" creates a mishmash of state-imposed speech codes that will harm academic achievement in Florida.
Marz Gamez, a ninth grader in Mission, Texas is bringing a queer youth conference to his hometown after winning a $10,000 grant from the It Gets Better Project.
- The Courier Journal
Kentucky Teacher of the Year 2022 Willie Carver won't be in the running for the award in 2023. He'll be working at the University of Kentucky.
- LA Times
The pandemic-era federal aid that made school meals available for free to all public school students — regardless of family income levels — is ending, raising fears about the effects in the upcoming school year for families already struggling with rising food and fuel costs.
- State College Centre Daily Times
The Penn State Board of Trustees met Wednesday morning.
- The Repository
St. Barbara Catholic School in Massillon is closing due to small enrollment, loss of staff and debt risk, the parish says.
- The Hill
George Washington University officials have confirmed the first case of the monkeypox virus on its Washington, D.C., campus. In an email sent on Tuesday, university officials told the school community that the individual who tested positive for the virus has been isolated off campus, where they are receiving treatment from medical professionals. School officials also…
Right now, there are 43.4 million Americans owing roughly $1.7 trillion in student loans, with the average borrower owing $37,000 in federal loans alone, according to the Education Data Initiative....
- The Burlington Free Press
Money will go toward helping Afghans learn English, gain skills, be matched with mentors, find community and receive mental and emotional support.