With nearly 45 million individuals receiving a bill each month, Americans now owe about $1.7 trillion in student loans.
"It is unacceptable for a staff member to potentially threaten the well-being of a child," the school district's superintendent said.
"Allowing the Troops for Teachers program to sunset would go against America's critical need to support our children's education," the veterans said.
Many people who have applied for loan forgiveness through a federal program said they were rejected due to complicated eligibility requirements.
The footage sparked outrage including a Tweet from former NFL Coach Jim Mora Jr. "this is so far out of line, it's horrible."
The City of Detroit announced that the Lewis College of Business will reopen its doors for students in December.
"Employees must receive one dose of the vaccine by October 15 to continue to report to work," an LAUSD spokesperson said Tuesday.
"I don't care how sick I am, I will come in to school and spread COVID to everyone that I can," police allege the sixth-grade teacher said.
The project uses what researchers are calling the largest data set in the universe to create a VR projection of infinity and beyond.
"I am honored and delighted to accept the job as Northwestern's next president," incoming president Rebecca M. Blank said.
It was previously reported that the California Teachers Association issued a warning about the "slap a teacher" challenge on TikTok.
"I knew everyone wouldn't agree when he broke the record. I knew there'd be some people upset with it," Benzie Central coach Chris Batchelder said.
SaferWatch works by connecting schools directly with a 911 communications center, where users can send messages and photos to a dispatcher.
"Let's be clear. We are in complete support of parents having individual rights and freedoms," Leon County superintendent Rocky Hanna said.
Police confirmed that four people were injured, including two who were shot, during an incident at Timberview High School on Wednesday.
Thousands of teachers, social workers and other public servants would become eligible for loan forgiveness under the changes.
Democratic infighting has resulted in a lower amount, but it could even be reduced to competitive grant funding, instead of direct funding to the schools.
The National School Board Association documented more than 20 instances of threats, harassment, disruption and acts of intimidation.
About 43,000 teachers have been vaccinated since New York City announced the mandate, saying that those who do not comply will not be allowed to work.
"The chair is a good person, but made a bad decision under pressure in this case," Dorian Abbot wrote in a tweet.
The National School Boards Association called threats to school board officials a form of domestic terrorism and asked the federal government to intervene.
A memo from Education Superintendent Molly Spearman said districts now have "discretionary authority to require masks."