As thousands of schools in the U.S. start the 2022-2023 school year with hundreds of teacher vacancies, the White House announced new efforts on Wednesday to strengthen the teaching profession and help schools fill vacancies.
- The 74
Every day after work, veteran English teacher Staci Ely pulls into the parking lot of the Spanish Trail Lodge in Fort Stockton, a small town in far West Texas. She parks right in front of her door in the motor-court style hotel, and settles into a small, recently refurbished room with an en suite bathroom, […]
- American City Business Journals
When it comes to remote work, the leader of one of the largest investment banks in the country told business leaders gathered at UNC he's ready to cancel the Zoom calls.
- In The Know by Yahoo
A teenager is being celebrated on TikTok for calling out her school's sexist policy during an assembly.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The candidates need to talk about schools — not just books and funding, but alarmingly poor achievement results. [Opinion]
"It was so out of touch for her to do something like that — grade our trauma and have us share it without the option of bowing out."View Entire Post ›
Arizona attorney general files 3rd major lawsuit against Biden's student-debt relief: 'The question Americans need to be asking is why college costs so much in the first place'
The third lawsuit attempting to stop Biden's student-debt relief comes from Arizona's attorney general who says the plan will hurt recruiting efforts.
On Thursday, the Department of Education sent out its first email update on student debt relief. Borrowers can still sign up to receive future news.
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Jackson State football coach Deion Sanders discussed the water crisis facing Mississippi's capital city.
- BuzzFeed News
If you had a Federal Family Education Loan or Perkins Loan, you need to read this now.View Entire Post ›
Education Department says that a subset of federal student loans owned by private lenders no longer qualify for relief.
- The Conversation
Is it time to find new language to describe racial disparities in education? Will & Deni McIntyre via Getty ImagesThe Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work. The big idea Despite long-standing efforts to close the racial “achievement gap” in education, the term does more to trigger racist stereotypes and causes a lower sense of urgency than when the issue is presented as the need to “end inequality in educational outcomes.” Those are the key findings of a new study in whi
- CBS News
The updated guidance came the same day six GOP-led states sued the Biden administration over the debt relief.
A 15-year-old student at Oliver Citywide Academy is facing charges after he allegedly assaulted a teacher in the building Thursday morning.
- Associated Press
All Arizona parents now can use state tax money to send their children to private or religious schools or pay homeschooling costs after an effort by public school advocates to block a massive expansion of the state's private school voucher law failed to collect enough signatures to block it. Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs announced Friday that her office's review of signatures turned in a week ago to refer the expansion to the ballot came up short of the nearly 119,000 that were needed. Hobbs is a Democrat running for governor who opposed the plan.
- Poets & Quants
A rendering of expansion and renovation plans for the new Purdue School of Business. (Illustration by Ayers Saint Gross) Out with the Krannert School of Management. In with the Purdue School of Business. Purdue University ... The post Purdue’s Krannert School Of Management Drops Donor’s Name, Doubles Facility Size appeared first on Poets&Quants.
Borrowers who don't want to automatically receive Biden's student loan forgiveness will be able to opt out.
- The Desert Sun
Desert Sun readers sound off in today's letters to the editor.
Biden's Education Department just decided some student-loan borrowers with privately held debt aren't eligible for relief
Some borrowers with privately held loans have been in relief limbo. But the Education Department now says they're not eligible.
- Petoskey News Review
Mr. Jones is absolutely correct that teachers just want to teach so students can learn as much as possible.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
'Unfair, unconstitutional and unwise': Brnovich sues Biden administration over student loan forgiveness
More than nine out of 10 student borrowers in Arizona — about 811,000 people — are expected to benefit from the program that erases up to $20K in debt