Many suburban school districts in our area are starting the New Year by going remote. Dozens of districts in New Jersey, Long Island and Westchester have COVID cancelations of in-person instruction. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
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People Are Sharing The Hilarious Difference Between High School Teachers And College Professors And It's HUGE
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- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
Gov. Doug Ducey is suing the federal government, insisting on the right to use federal COVID-relief funds to help spread the virus.
Two years after Japan locked down its borders to block the coronavirus, some 150,000 foreign students still aren't able to enter the country, left in limbo by a policy that has disrupted lives and caused headaches for universities and businesses. The absence of the foreign students and researchers is being felt from big laboratories to small, private universities, highlighting the importance of overseas talent - and their tuition fees - as Japan grapples with a shrinking population. While the policy to stop the virus has proved popular for Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, some business leaders have warned about the economic impact, particularly as the labour market is tight.
This dad's pictures of inadequate school lunch went viral. A registered dietitian says parents can make a difference in school nutrition.
After his kids complained about school lunches getting smaller and less appetizing, Chris Vangellow shared a photo of school lunch that went viral.
Six educators told Esquire what their classrooms are like two years into a pandemic and amid the rise of the latest variant.
- Idaho Statesman
“Attaining” our national ranking, Idahoans did better in EBRW than math. Wait, what’s EBRW?
‘I’ve lost my son because of this.’ I cosigned student loans for my son, but he dropped out of school, and now I’m struggling with $50K in debt. What should I do?
My hopes and dreams for my son were solid, and I was fine cosigning on his school loans as I did the same for his sister. It hurts worse that I’ve lost my son because of this too.I would like to retire someday, I’m hoping for a magic bullet to fix this for me. First up, let’s celebrate all the ways you’re on track as it is: Most likely, the credit card debt you had had a higher interest rate than the student loan debt, and kudos to you for repaying it.
Gov. Greg Abbott unveiled the outline of a proposed “Parental Bill of Rights” that would give parents — and not schools — the right to decide if a student should repeat a grade.Why it matters: Abbott said he wants to amend the Texas Constitution to make parents the “main decision makers in all matters” involving their children, which mirrors a national push from conservatives fueled by contentious battles over how race and sexuality are addressed in public schools.Stay on top of the latest marke
I couldn't stand the pressure New York schools put on kids, so I moved my family to a remote town in Argentina
When her daughter turned 2, the author started looking into New York City schools. She said the pressure they put on kids made her move.
Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin tells mask opponents to 'love your neighbor,' but also says tide is turning against 'the left liberals'
Youngkin, who banned schools from enforcing mask mandates, told a conservative radio host that he knows some may want to "make a strong statement."
- The Des Moines Register
A southern Iowa school district reports the state's first superintendent confirmed to have died of COVID-19
Southern Iowa's Mormon Trail Community School District reported the death of Superintendent Kerry Phillips on Facebook on Sunday.
Substitute teachers in the Washington, D.C. public school system protested on Monday a pay increase that Mayor Muriel Bowser announced last week, calling it insufficient.Why it matters: The dozen or so protesters said that the $2 hourly wage increase, which was intended to attract more substitute teachers, falls short, Axios’ Erin Doherty writes. Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.Driving the news: "It felt like we were disrespected, and then they showed u
- Virginian Pilot
The Chesapeake teachers’ union is protesting the school board’s decision to make masking optional as school divisions statewide grapple with implementation of Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s executive order scrapping school mask mandates. The union is encouraging employees to wear black to school and work to contract hours “as much as practicable and decline additional duties and responsibilities,” ...
- Kansas City Star
Freedom to Learn is fighting candidates who bring misinformation about COVID-19 masks, race, history and more to our school boards. | Editorial
- Belleville News-Democrat
The bill that would have provided paid administrative leave for public school and university employees who miss work due to COVID-19.
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- The News-Press
Though our HR Department has worked tirelessly to recruit new teachers, there are just not enough applicants.
- Portsmouth Herald
“Questioning my loyalty is demeaning,” said Jennifer Given, a history teacher in the state.
- The Coloradoan
Two weeks after the school board voted to make masks optional most schools are continuing as normal but few are back to requiring masks, or close to it.
- National Review
With multiple schools in Virginia defying Governor Glenn Youngkin's executive order making mask-wearing optional in K–12 education, some students and parents have mobilized to resist what they are calling an illegitimate requirement.