The University of Michigan has named its 15th president in history in Dr. Santa Ono.
- Tallahassee Democrat
A Florida A&M master's degree graduate posted an Instagram photo of herself without clothes on in front of the iconic Rattler statue.
- The 74
New York City Mayor Eric Adams assumed office promising he’d listen to what parents wanted. One of the things he heard was demand for more public school gifted-and-talented classes. So Adams reversed his predecessor’s decision to get rid of all such programming and, instead, expanded it. What he did not reinstate was the qualifying test. […]
- Men's Health
Amazon is currently offering deals on tons of back-to-school essentials for college and high school students and beyond.
- Asheville Citizen-Times
Madison County parents and residents weigh in on the decision to have AR-15s in schools. Here's what they had to say.
- The Telegraph
Teenagers should study core subjects including maths and English beyond GCSE as part of a new “British Baccalaureate”, Rishi Sunak has said.
- The Week
The beginning of the school year is quickly approaching but thousands of teaching positions remain unfilled
- Chicago Tribune
CHICAGO — Despite the urging of the state’s health department to resume school-based COVID-19 testing for students this fall, officials at several Illinois districts said this week they are halting the program due to waning interest from parents and the availability of home tests. “We’ve decided not to offer SHIELD testing as we start the new school year, but we’re always cautious, and will be ...
- CBS News Videos
With hundreds of thousands of public school teachers quitting earlier this year, many schools around the country are scrambling to ensure that someone will be there to educate students returning to the classroom soon. Elise Preston reports.
Some North Carolina principals are worried they could lose pay in the upcoming school year instead of the raises they’re supposed to be receiving in the new state budget.
- CBS News
School resource officers will be responsible for handling the rifles.
- The Gainesville Sun
Callers comment on Alachua County Public Schools, the UF track team and more
- The Desert Sun
Katherine Silveira, a candidate for DSUSD school board, shares her views as a new school year is about to get underway
- The Telegraph
The start of the university year could be moved from September to January under Liz Truss's planned shake-up of the education system, The Telegraph can disclose.
- Lansing State Journal
As part of a grade reconfiguration, Lansing School District will move seventh- and eighth-grade students out of the high schools over three years.
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
More than 10,000 kids aren't enrolling in L.A. Unified schools who should be. The keys to getting them back might work for many more students as well.
When schools in one North Carolina county reopen later this month, new security measures will include stocking AR-15 rifles for school resource officers to use in the event of an active shooter.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
A new Fort Worth charter school, which broke ground last October, has been working to build a pipeline of students since the day it was approved by the state.
Vice President Kamala Harris will meet leaders from U.S. colleges and universities on Monday to discuss challenges students are facing after the recent Supreme Court decision to end the nationwide constitutional right to abortion. Harris, who has now held over half a dozen meetings on reproductive righs with key stakeholders, will focus on what campuses are doing to protect the health of students in the wake of the court's ruling, according to a White House official, who did not wish to be identified. On Aug. 3, President Joe Biden said the Supreme Court and Republicans "don't have a clue" about the power of American women as he signed a second executive order aimed at protecting abortion rights.
- The Columbus Dispatch
Congress allowed the U.S. Department of Agriculture to implement child nutrition waivers in March 2020, but that program expired June 30.
- The Herald-Times
Indiana University graduate workers say they were blindsided by administrative changes to their appointment contracts.