An increase in the number of statewide positive COVID-19 cases is forcing more students into quarantine.
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Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin called for the resignations of Loudoun County Superintendent Scott Ziegler and the Loudoun County School Board in the wake of a bombshell email this week. The email showed that Ziegler alerted the board to reports of a male student wearing a skirt allegedly assaulting a female student in a girl's bathroom – about a month before Ziegler publicly declared that he had no record of bathroom assaults.
RETIREMENT WEEKLY It’s almost unheard of for the U.S. Senate to pass anything these days, much less to do so unanimously. But earlier this month they unanimously passed a resolution honoring National Retirement Security Week, which is the third week of every October.
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Washington and Lee University told its College Republicans club that it could not campaign for gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin just days before Virginians head to the polls.
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Miami private school asks vaccinated students to stay home for 30 days, Tennessee school gets 'anti-COVID entry tunnels'
Miami's Centner Academy is facing scrutiny for its reported policy toward vaccinated students, and a Tennessee school plans to install "anti-COVID entry tunnels" after a gift from an alumnus.
An 'offensive' high school teacher caught on video wearing a fake Native American headdress and waving air tomahawks has gone on leave
A Native American student in the class began filming when he saw the teacher pull out a fake feather headdress.
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College Republicans at Washington & Lee University were told last month to take down materials in support of Virginia gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin -- a move the university said was done to keep it in compliance with its non-profit status under the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
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Republican Senator Josh Hawley has called for U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland's resignation over the Justice Department memorandum directing the FBI and federal law enforcement to probe and potentially prosecute "threats" leveled by parents against school board members.
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MAPLEWOOD, N.J. — A 7-year-old girl came home from school earlier this month upset, impatient to tell her mother a story. The second grader said her teacher in Maplewood had begun to pull off a hijab she wears as an observant Muslim, exposing her hair and prompting her to hold on to the head covering, the family’s lawyer said. The girl’s mother recounted the story on Facebook. Then, an Olympic medalist who fences in a hijab and lives in the same New Jersey school district denounced the incident
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For a second week, students at Howard University are protesting what they call "unlivable" housing conditions.
"Severe, pervasive and objectively offensive": Utah school district ignored widespread racial harassment, DOJ says
A Utah school district intentionally ignored racial harassment and abuse for years despite repeated complaints, the Justice Department said this week.Why it matters: An investigation launched in 2019 revealed "persistent failures to respond to reports of race-based harassment of Black and Asian-American students by district staff and other students," according to the DOJ.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.Details: The review, which focused on 2015 through
Evidence from other colleges suggests that Amherst College could see more low-income and first-generation students as it ends legacy admissions
As surging inflation pushes up the cost of living in Turkey, law student Candeniz Aksu says he hasn't been able to afford his housing rent for the past two months. "The natural gas has been cut off and they'll take the meter away in a couple of days because we have large debts," said Aksu, 23, who is studying at the University of Kocaeli and lives in Istanbul with another student. With higher-education students in Turkey returning to regular studies after a long period of distance learning due to the coronavirus pandemic, many are increasingly dependent on support from parents and income from part-time jobs to get by.
A new law urges parents to allow children time for rest and exercise, and restrict time spent online.
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This marks the first collaborative collection between Adidas x Ivy Park and Peloton.
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Jennifer Giddings Brooks was elected homecoming queen in 1970.
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Calif. Teacher Placed on Leave After Video Shows Her Wearing Headdress, Mimicking Native American Dance
The teacher, from John W. North High School in Riverside, California, was seen wearing a headdress made of paper feathers as she chanted during a math lesson
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Parents are painted in an unfavorable light in a growing attempt to silence our voices.
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Some schools in Florida might be able to ease their mask mandates by the end of October.
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A Madison teacher was sentenced Friday to 12 years in prison for secretly recording students.