Sutter Middle School students on their way to class on Thursday were verbally assaulted by an unhoused man. The students, some as young as 12, were trying to get to school when school leaders had to step in. Learn more in the video above.
College students who got low grades complained about their ‘dismissive’ professor. Then NYU fired him.
An organic chemistry professor at New York University was fired after 82 of his 350 students signed a petition against him.
- Visalia Times-Delta | Tulare Advance Register
With just a few months before graduation, Rafael Lopez-Librado sat down with his high school counselor — a man he didn’t remember ever meeting before.
The Lee County School District said more than half of the district's schools need repairs, with 14% of buildings facing "major damage."
- Associated Press
When she asked why he couldn’t stay for the rest of the day, Manwell said the school told her they would call child protective services if she didn’t take him home. The call was just one of a dozen that Manwell received last fall telling her John couldn’t stay in school because of behaviors she says stemmed from his disability, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Many schools have promised to cut down on suspensions, since kids can't learn as well when they aren't in class.
- The Columbus Dispatch
Student loan forgiveness is coming, but for millions of Americans, it won't happen automatically. Here are four dates to know for debt relief.
- USA TODAY
Student loan debt cancellation application forms are slated to arrive this month. Here's what you need to know now so your debt relief isn't delayed.
PPS District Officials are working on a safety plan after they say a 15-year-old attacked a teacher.
Student-loan borrowers in public service have less than one month to use a 'historic waiver' that will bring them closer to debt relief, 102 Democratic lawmakers say — and they want Biden to extend that debt relief through July
Expanded student-debt relief for public servants ends October 31, and Democrats said that "only a fraction" of those eligible have used the benefits.
- Miami Herald
A federal judge has rejected — at least for now — a lawsuit challenging a controversial new law that restricts instruction on gender identity and sexual orientation in public schools.
- WSB Cox articles
What we’ve all known for years is finally (sorta) official.
- The 74
Some 84% of Pennsylvania students passed a newly required civics exam, part of a wave of similar mandates pushed hard by Republican lawmakers around the country, but one that hasn’t come with strict accountability. Arizona was among the first states to adopt such a measure in 2015. Pennsylvania’s test, signed into law by the governor […]
- WLS – Chicago
A middle school in northwest suburban Wheeling was put on lockdown while police investigated a report of a student potentially with a handgun.
- Raleigh News and Observer
Not only did they make the list, these two Triangle municipalities are at the top for their quality of life and economic opportunities.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The application for borrowers to apply for loan forgiveness is expected to be rolled out sometime this month.
Wednesday, Oct. 5, is the fall count day - on which the state of Michigan tallies the number of students attending schools.
- The Advocate
Hundreds of high school students across Arizona left their classrooms to show their support for LGBTQ+ students and stand against the Republican governor's anti-queer policies.
- American City Business Journals
A 1,000-apartment affordable housing community that will rise on land in Orlando donated by Universal Parks & Resort has a prominent name attached: Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) founder Jeff Bezos. Developer Wendover Housing Partners LLC has signed a 10-year lease with Bezos Academy to open a tuition-free preschool on site at the community, called Catchlight Crossings. Founded in 2019 by Bezos — the world’s second-richest man — Bezos Academy is a network of Montessori-inspired preschools across three U.S. states.
- Fox News
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott named John P. Scott – a former Assistant Special Agent in Charge for the U.S. Secret Service – as new state school security chief after the Uvalde shooting.
- Kansas City Star
Districts have been pulling graphic novels off of library shelves in response to a new Missouri law that bans “explicit sexual” images in school materials.
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