Thursday was the first day of school for New York City's nearly 1 million public school students and also for Mayor Eric Adams and Schools Chancellor David Banks. CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has more on their chance to turn campaign promises into reality.
College Professors, Tell Us The Ways In Which Students Are Clueless About Being A University Educator
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- USA TODAY
River Valley High in Yuba City, Calif., had canceled the rest of its football season after a "deeply offensive" prank reenacting a "slave auction."
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Erin O'Flynn/The Daily Beast/Justin Sullivan/Getty ImagesThe widespread media attention to recent events at Berkeley Law are stunningly misleading and inaccurate.An opinion column in the Jewish Journal, which is titled, “Berkeley Develops Jewish-Free Zones,” paints a grossly misleading picture of what happened at Berkeley Law.To state it plainly: There is no “Jewish-Free Zone” at Berkeley Law or on the UC-Berkeley campus. The Law School’s rules are clear that no speaker can
Tim Cook says he uses ‘a very good formula’ to look for Apple employees—these are the 4 traits he seeks out
Apple CEO Cook outlined four specific attributes that make for successful hires.
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- Business Insider
Apple CEO Tim Cook says coding should be taught as early as elementary school: 'It's the most important language you can learn'
"I think everyone should learn programming before they graduate from high school," Tim Cook said Friday in interview with Dutch news outlet Bright.
- The 74
The recent National Assessment of Educational Progress results brought news that educators and families alike were dreading: Math and reading scores for 9-year-olds dropped to levels unseen for decades during the pandemic. Notably, average long-term math performance fell for the first time ever, and reading scores had the most significant drop in 30 years. This […]
- Modesto Bee
`A special education classroom is for learning, not babysitting.’ | Opinion
Officers say a gun was pointed at the head of one of those students.
- NBC News
The end of universal school meals has left a growing number unable to keep up with school lunch payments, yet unable to qualify for free or reduced-price meals.
School has been canceled for all students in the Aberdeen School District on Monday due to online threats, Superintendent Jeffrey Thake announced Sunday evening.
- Kansas City Star
Districts have been pulling graphic novels off of library shelves in response to a new Missouri law that bans “explicit sexual” images in school materials.
- KOCO - Oklahoma City Videos
Student in custody following online threat against Piedmont schools
- The 74
It’s Hispanic Heritage Month and the signs and advertisements celebrating the culture are abundant. I feel, as I often do this time of year, mixed emotions. As a Mexican-American educator, I understand the good intentions behind the signs; celebrating diversity and honoring different cultures should be applauded. But if we really want to celebrate the […]
President Joe Biden announced the much-anticipated administration's plan for loan forgiveness on Aug. 24. But while the plan was mostly widely lauded, details were scarce, until now. Inflation Relief...
- The 74
Among the six candidates the Georgia Association of Educators endorsed for statewide office, all were Democrats, save one: Republican schools Superintendent Richard Woods. The two-term incumbent’s support of a controversial new “divisive concepts” law that restricts what teachers can say about race and diversity in the classroom was apparently less worrisome to the union than […]
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
The bill, sponsored by Jake Hoffman, requires Arizona schools to get parental approval to teach books or other material that make references to sex.
- Watertown Public Opinion
Watertown High School students show their Arrows pride during the Friday homecoming parade. Royalty discusses what it means to be a school leader.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The incident “could have been much worse,” according to a safety expert.
- South Bend Tribune
Reforms in higher education are long overdue. If passed, the College Transparency Act will provide better outcomes for college students in Indiana.