What are Virginia lawmakers and school leaders doing after school shooting involving six-year-old student
- Miami Herald
Victoria Triece had been an approved volunteer at the Orlando elementary school for the last five years.
- Poets & Quants
The Wharton Schools operations professor, Christian Terwiesch submitted his operations final into ChatGPT. To his surprise, it passed. Courtesy photo The whole experiment started as a dinner table conversation. Christian Terwiesch’s older child was interested ... The post ChatGPT Just Passed This Wharton Professor’s Final Exam. He’s Says He Won’t Ban The AI Tool appeared first on Poets&Quants.
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
As parents, we expect that our sons and daughters will be treated equally if they attend a public school. But it's clear that in many cases, girls' bodies and clothes are policed more than boys'.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
If successful, the next round of school letter grades could penalize Arizona schools for allegedly teaching topics like critical race theory.
- The 74
It’s a tragedy that many observers have struggled to wrap their minds around: How could a 6-year-old access a loaded gun, bring it to school and fire it as his teacher? And how could school leaders ignore multiple warnings the little boy was armed? In the weeks since the Jan. 6 shooting in Newport News, […]
The proposal reflects the degree to which Republicans want the next election to be waged around classrooms as much as boardrooms.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The school's decision follows dozens of other law schools in a cross-country revolt against the rankings.
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A high school social studies teacher spoke with Insider about being an educator as Florida rolls out a new law requiring all books to be vetted.
- Associated Press
The Taliban on Saturday doubled down on their ban on women's education, reinforcing in a message to private universities that Afghan women are barred from taking university entry exams, according to a spokesman. The note comes despite weeks of condemnation and lobbying by the international community for a reversal on measures restricting women's freedoms, including two back-to-back visits this month by several senior U.N. officials. It also bodes ill for hopes that the Taliban could take steps to reverse their edicts anytime soon.
- The 74
FRANKFORT — After a gunman killed 21 people and wounded 17 others at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, last spring, high school students on a Kentucky advisory committee “realized we needed to use our voices to change,” said Malley Taylor, a junior at the Craft Academy in Morehead. On Tuesday, the students presented their […]
- Erie Times News
Two Penncrest school board member called their solicitor's legal opinion "worthless" earlier this month. Now he's resigned.
- Business Insider
ChatGPT is on its way to becoming a virtual doctor, lawyer, and business analyst. Here's a list of advanced exams the AI bot has passed so far.
ChatGPT is becoming more professionally competitive by the day. We rounded up all the exams the bot has passed.
- The Augusta Chronicle
A student allegedly pepper sprayed a classroom and a substitute teacher was video recorded vaping in a classroom at A.R. Johnson.
- Palm Beach Daily News
Frank Cerabino's column on bill in Florida Legislature to expand vouchers and draw more students and tax dollars away from traditional public schools.
- Miami Herald
Is Florida trying to destroy public schools in the name of parental choice? Sure looks like it | Opinion
“As usual, the devil is in the details. Republicans have given zero information on how much this will cost taxpayers,” Herald Editorial Board writes | Opinion
- Sacramento Bee
Fees and tuition in the California State University system have been flat for most of the last decade.
- The Burlington Free Press
Jake DeArruda, who attended school in Ludlow, gets moment in bright lights of 'Jeopardy!' on Friday when episode taped in December will be shown
- Associated Press
Representatives of several student groups at a Minnesota college that dismissed an adjunct art instructor for showing an image of the Prophet Muhammad to her class say they do not want the school's embattled president to resign. In a letter published Wednesday in The Oracle, the student news site at Hamline University in St. Paul, the students said they strongly support President Fayneese Miller. On Tuesday, Hamline's faculty leaders called overwhelmingly for Miller to resign, saying Miller's dismissal of the instructor violated violated academic freedom and harmed the university’s reputation.
- The Hill
Former President Trump called for school principals to be elected by students’ parents in a new campaign video released on Thursday. “More than anyone else, parents know what their children need,” Trump said. “If any principal is not getting the job done, the parents should be able to vote to fire them and select someone…
The Philippines has not announced an overhaul to the education system that would replace classes with military service for students in the final two years of high school. Representatives from the presidential office and education department said they had not announced any such policy. Only the country's legislature can alter the basic education programme and it has not taken any action, as of January 27."DepEd's K-12 is scrapped. This is the palace's sudden orders," reads the Tagalog-language th