UM brings in one of their most diverse classes
- Kansas City Star
“We are so grateful to the students who came forward to make us aware of what was happening,” a district spokeswoman said.
- Fox News
Students in Loudoun County are planning a walkout in protest of sexual violence cases at the public school system and to show solidarity with victims of such abuses.
- Kansas City Star
KU officials said there is no present threat to other students living in the residence hall.
- The Advocate
Magnolia Independent School District is being sued over a policy requiring short hair for boys but not girls.
- Charlotte Observer
One teacher describes how educators “find themselves in situations where they are unable to do the basic necessities of the day, like eating or using the restroom.”
- Raleigh News and Observer
Police are still investigating.
- National Review
Ohio, Missouri, Pennsylvania School Board Groups Leave National Association over Letter Likening Parents to Domestic Terrorists
The Ohio and Pennsylvania School Board Associations have terminated their membership with the National School Board Association over the national group's open letter.
- WESH - Orlando Videos
Teacher apologizes, sentenced for sex with student
- LA Times
A female student was allegedly assaulted in a bathroom by at least one male student. One person present filmed part of the incident.
- Washington Examiner
A professor at Rutgers University said that white people can’t afford to have children and “kind of deserve it” in a September virtual conference hosted by a prominent black-oriented publication.
Megan Thee Stallion took to social media on Monday to gush about graduating from Texas Southern University this year. The […] The post Megan Thee Stallion preps for college graduation with TSU photoshoot appeared first on TheGrio.
- Miami Herald
Centner Academy, the private school in Miami that has garnered attention over its controversial stance on COVID-19, is walking back its decision to require students who get vaccinated against the disease to quarantine for 30 days.
- USA TODAY
I was the second generation of three in my New York family to attend the University of Michigan. Did I get in on merit or legacy affirmative action?
- National Review
Local TV stations have refused to air an ad depicting sexually explicit materials that are widely available to students in school libraries in the state, citing federal law which prohibits airing pornographic images.
Defying the Taliban to continue their studies online, in secret
- Business Insider
Ilhan Omar is fed up with Biden's Education Dept. dragging its feet on cancelling student debt: 'Release the memo'
Biden said six months ago he'd release a memo on his legal ability to broadly cancel debt. Rep. Omar told Insider borrowers are "desperately" waiting.
- The 74
The Cleveland school district has mostly returned to normal this fall after thousands of students vanished during the pandemic last academic year, but a big aftershock has officials worried — twice as many students are skipping class than before COVID hit. Nearly half of Cleveland’s students, 47%, are on pace to be chronically absent so […]
- American City Business Journals
Central Florida hospitals and educators are planning ways to try to combat a big nurse shortage that's only expected to worsen in the next few years. For example, AdventHealth is considering new ways of hiring. Other area hospitals also are working to combat future nurse shortages: Orlando Health: The nonprofit health system and Orange Technical College have a program that provides a one-day course to ensure nursing assistants are prepared on their first day, spokeswoman Kena Lewis told OBJ.
A Kentucky school system got so fed up with unruly school board meetings that they're making parents submit their opinions via email with a 500-word limit
Jefferson County Public Schools made the policy change after a school board meeting was disrupted earlier this month.
- CBS Miami
The teacher, whose name was not released, was placed on alternate assignment while the allegation is still being investigated, said school officials.