Virginia AG Says Colleges Can't Mandate Vaccine Months After Hundreds Disenrolled
Over 400 students were disenrolled from several Virginia colleges prior to the fall semester for not complying with the vaccine mandates for students.
College Admissions Director Out After 58 Students Mistakenly Offered Full-Ride Scholarship
While Central Michigan University was testing new technology, the students received a message that they had won the prestigious Centralis Scholars Award.
Education Secretary Doesn't Specify Solution After Calling Student Loan Debt 'Unacceptable'
"We maintain a posture of neglect when post-secondary education is out of reach for students and their families. This is un-American," Miguel Cardona said.
'I Don't Want a Single Accolade': Teacher Video About Day's Work Goes Viral
"I just wanted people to remember how far compassion goes, in motivating and uplifting people," the teacher said.
Professor Suspended for Calling Students 'Vectors of Disease' Requests Return to Work
Barry Mehler was suspended with pay earlier this month following a 14-minute video where he called students "vectors of disease."
Tech Error Causes University to Offer 58 Students Full-Tuition Scholarships
A Michigan university is making amends to nearly five dozen students who thought they were selected as part of a prestigious scholarship award.
Majority of Parents Happy With How Schools Handling Pandemic Issues: Poll
"This polling shows the virus is our enemy, not each other. Parents are saying teachers are heroes for their efforts," said AFT President Randi Weingarten.
Lawmaker Tells Florida Mom 'No Book' Made Him Gay as State Debates LGBT Topics in Schools
"There was no book that I read that brought me to who I am," state Senator Shevirn Jones, the first openly gay Black person elected to the legislature, said.
Missouri AG Facing Sanction Call After Suing 45 School Districts Over Mask Mandates
Some local government officials have questioned whether the attorney general is filing the lawsuits to bring more publicity to his U.S. Senate campaign.
Arizona Lifts 120-Day Cap for Substitute Teachers Amid Pressure From School Districts
The state Board of Education voted to remove some regulations on substitute teaching to allow them to stay longer as the shortage continues.
Day Care Centers Struggle to Find Teachers as Child Waitlists Mount Across U.S.
It's "not a subject that we have talked about enough in the past and it's now a crisis for working families and our economy," said NCCA Director Cindy Lehnhoff.
Glenn Youngkin Sets Up Tip Line for Parents to Report CRT, Despite Not Being in Curriculum
"We are indeed going to continue to teach all history...but we are going to get these inherently divisive teaching practices out of the classroom," Youngkin said.
Man in 'Your Mask Makes You Look Stupid Shirt' Filmed Taunting Kids Over COVID Mandates
When a sheriff's deputy was called to the scene of one incident involving the man, they reportedly lectured the children on free speech.
Parent Who Discovered CPS' COVID Reporting Change Wants Apology Over 'Misleading' Data
Jakob Ondrey said the CPS' claim that it isn't required to provide COVID data "is offensive and dismissive to the 333,000 students in CPS and their families."
Here's Every Change the SAT is Introducing By 2024
The new digital-only version of the SAT will begin being distributed internationally in 2023, with U.S. distribution beginning in 2024.
Fact Check: Was Teacher Fired for Not Meowing Back at Student Who 'Identifies as Cat'?
A substitute teacher's TikTok went viral after she told a story about a supposed encounter with a student.
Public Schools Have Spent $21M on Diversity Inclusion Programs Since George Floyd's Death
"It's bigger than they can even show—all the different firms will make your head spin," one parent said.
COVID, Not Critical Race Theory, to Blame for School Seminar's Cancellation, District Says
The cancellation comes after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis vowed to push for legislation banning critical race theory from being taught in schools.
College President Said Health Caused Resignation, But Harassment Investigation is Under Way
A woman in her 20s who worked closely with Rosenberg confided in a colleague, telling them that the university president had been harassing her for months.
Internet Backs Mom Who Said Daughter Could Not Use College Fund on Boyfriend's 'Dreams'
"You did the right thing. You're a wonderful parent. At the end of the day, most men will come and go in her life, but you'll always be there," said a commenter.
Substitute Teacher Allegedly Groped Himself in Front of Students on First Day at School
Three 11-year-old students accused a Chicago Public Schools substitute teacher of groping himself over his clothes in their school's classroom.
Mother of 7, School Official Dies After Long COVID Fight
Wonikalae Copeland became one of the over 60 school workers in Georgia to die from COVID-19 in the last six months.