Pasadena schools were back in session Tuesday morning after the winter break. The district is working with the Pasadena Public Health Department and recommending multiple prevention measures to help keep students healthy.
- Journal & Courier
College of Engineering's online master's programs have collectively ranked third out of 112 colleges and universities considered for the ranking.
An online article shared on Facebook claims a school in the US state of Michigan placed a litter box in a bathroom for use by students who identify as cats. But the superintendent of the school district rejected the claim, which came from a parent who alleged she heard about the incident but provided no evidence."CULTURAL INSANITY – MI School Providing Litter Boxes In Bathroom For Students Who Identify As Cats (Furries)," says the headline of an article published on January 22, 2022 by the Trend
- Idaho Statesman
The investigation stemmed from a report by the Idaho Freedom Foundation on the university trying to impose “social justice ideologies.”
- USA TODAY Opinion
Children have lost almost two years of normal childhood because of our response to COVID-19. We shouldn’t require them to sacrifice anymore.
- Fox News
Chicago schools training says sex 'not rooted in biology,' tells teachers to hide gender pronouns from parents
Chicago Public Schools mandated a teacher training that pushed left-leaning ideas on gender and sex.
- Atlanta Black Star
Surveillance Footage Proves Lunchroom Aide Made a Black Child Eat Food Out of Cafeteria Trash, Family Sees Video with Public After Months of Asking School District
Security footage now has been made public showing a Black student being ordered by a white lunch monitor at a school in Lorain, Ohio, to […]
- American City Business Journals
New Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin received support from higher education leaders across the state Thursday for a proposal to open K-12 charter schools run by the commonwealth's colleges and universities and funded by the state. According to the Richmond Times-Dispatch, more than two dozen education leaders joined the Republican governor on stage as he promoted legislation he said presents "an opportunity for us to innovate K-12 education." The measure is one of several supported by the governor to create more schools that operate outside of the eye of local school boards but still receive public money.
- Akron Beacon Journal
A probe has led to the removal of one work from the Hudson High School library, the return of one to the shelf and a committee review of a third item.
- Mineral Daily News Tribune
PARRIS ISLAND - Keyser resident Leland Henderson has graduated from basic training.
- CBS MoneyWatch
Next year, airlines expect to have a shortage of more than 12,000 pilots.
- Kansas City Star
The attorney general is sticking it to Missouri taxpayers coming and going. | Editorial
- The Conversation
'Abbott Elementary' takes place in the Philadelphia school district. ABC/Gilles MingassonABC’s mockumentary “Abbott Elementary” follows a group of dedicated teachers who work at a Philadelphia school. The show takes a comedic approach toward issues in inner city schools. Here, Lynnette Mawhinney, a former Philadelphia schoolteacher who is now an associate professor of Urban Education at Rutgers University - Newark, weighs in on whether the show accurately portrays the realities of educators in t
- NBC News
A Florida school district will no longer allow excused absences for students who remain at home and do not attend school in-person due to Covid-19 concerns.
- The New York Times
A full ride, including tuition, room and board, plus a $5,000 award to study abroad and admission to the school’s honors program. That’s what 58 high school seniors were told they would receive from Central Michigan University when they were notified over the weekend that they had been awarded the school’s prestigious Centralis Scholar Award. But then on Sunday they got horrible news: They had been sent that message by mistake. In fact, they had actually not been awarded the scholarship to the u
- The Week
The elite school pipeline is affirmative action, too
- The Hill
A majority of Virginia public school districts are flouting Gov. Glenn Youngkin's (R) executive order that makes wearing masks optional for children in the state's schools, according to The Washington Post.In an analysis, the newspaper found that two days after the order took effect, 53 percent of the state's school districts are still requiring masks for all students, comprising 67 percent of the state's public school student population.The...
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
One Texas lawmaker is calling for the state standardized test, which is tied to school accountability rankings, to be canceled this year.
- Kansas City Star
And fewer new candidates are willing to step into the inhospitable arena that public education has become. | Editorial
‘This feels very unfair.’ I’m 73 and worked full-time in education. Over 17 years, I made only one late payment on my student loans. I still owe $12K. Can you help?
After applying for loan forgiveness, I was notified that payments made before 2007 do not count. Answer: “You can, seemingly, do everything right — work in public service and make your payments — and still not get forgiveness due to the red tape inherent in the system,” says Anna Helhoski, NerdWallet’s student loan expert. For those unfamiliar, the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program forgives the remaining balance on direct loans after 120 qualifying monthly payments have been made under a qualifying repayment plan — but even the Department of Education itself notes that this program has had flaws: “The Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Program is an important — but largely unmet — promise to provide debt relief to support the teachers, nurses, firefighters, and others serving their communities through hard work that is essential to our country’s success,” it writes.
- Associated Press
A Michigan professor who was suspended for making a provocative video for his history students won't be returning to class any time soon. A federal judge rejected Barry Mehler's request for immediate reinstatement Wednesday and set a March 7 hearing on his bid for a preliminary injunction. Mehler, 74, was suspended with pay on Jan. 11 after making a sarcastic 14-minute video that included profanity and criticism of Ferris State University’s COVID-19 policies.