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Judge's Ruling Compares Gag Order on Florida Professors to China Suppressing Free Speech
Several University of Florida professors alleged they were told they couldn't testify in court because their testimony would conflict with the state government.
Rudy Giuliani, Michael Flynn Stripped of Honorary Degrees From University of Rhode Island
The university stated that the two men "no longer represent the highest level of our values and standards."
'Social Emotional Learning' Becomes Latest Battleground in School Curriculums
The term "social emotional learning" refers to the "social, emotional and character development" of children, according to Rutgers professor Dr. Maurice Elias.
USC Frats Can Resume Parties in March, Provided Security Guards Keep Guests From Bedrooms
In October, the campus canceled all fraternity-sponsored social events after sexual abuse allegations were revealed.
States Called in National Guard to Help at Hospitals, Now They Are Being Asked to Teach
A 40 percent spike in retirements in 2021 combined with the current surge of COVID cases has left New Mexico with a shortage of teachers and substitutes.
Michigan Democrats Repeat McAuliffe's Mistake, Wade Into Parents Debate on Education
Michigan Democrats were forced to delete a controversial post after echoing the former Virginia governor's remarks on parental rights in public education.
Majority of Teachers 'Anticipating' Critical Race Theory Backlash Despite Not Teaching It
"You get a sense of 'I'm not really witnessing [critical race theory debate] in my classroom'," AAE Executive Director Colin Sharkey told Newsweek.
Some California Students to Receive $10K for Tuition After Completing 450 Volunteer Hours
Up to 6,500 undergraduate students will be selected to take part in the volunteer program over two academic years.
Thousands of College Students Are Petitioning Against Three Universities' Booster Mandates
Stanford University, George Mason University and Cornell University are under fire by more than 3,000 students for their COVID-19 booster mandates.
Elite Public High School's Attempt at Racial Balancing Had 'Anti-Asian Feel': Board Member
The lawsuit alleges that admission policy changes to Thomas Jefferson High School in Virginia discriminated against the school's Asian-American applicants.
Amid Teacher Shortage, Oklahoma Set to Allow State Workers as Substitutes in Classrooms
"I've said from the beginning that our students deserve an in-person education and our schools need to stay open," Governor Kevin Stitt said.
Few Substitute Teachers Left Two Years Into Pandemic: 'Anyone Who Could Retire Did'
"The problem is that before you can be a sub, it's a process, it takes time," said one United Teachers Los Angeles member said.
Ex-Obama Adviser Admits to Stealing $218K From Schools for Mortgage on NYC Apartment
Seth Andrew pleaded guilty Friday to taking hundreds of thousands of dollars in 2019 from the Democracy Prep Public Schools network he helped found in 2005.
Controversial Indiana Bill That Required All School Curricula to be Posted Online Dropped
Another similar bill is still being debated in the Indiana House that would also restrict what teachers could say regarding some topics around race or politics.
Professor Who Said U.S. 'Better Off With Fewer Asians' Faces Calls to Have Tenure Revoked
University of Pennsylvania professor Amy Wax is facing growing criticism for comments she made on a recent podcast episode.
Doug Ducey Blasts Biden After Feds Threaten Arizona COVID Funds Over School Masks
"This letter is the latest example of a President that is completely out of touch with the American people," Ducey said, responding to the Biden administration.
"Why Is This Now the Priority?' Parents Baffled as Girls School Removes Gendered Language
"Why is all work around gender identity taking a higher priority?" asks a parent of an alumna of the all-girls Winsor School.
Teacher Caught on Video Ranting About Students Being 'Vectors of Disease'
Ferris State University said that Barry Mehler, a professor of humanities, had been placed on leave while they conduct an investigation.
$1.7B in Student Loan Debt to Be Canceled After 39 States Reach Settlement With Navient
The $1.7 billion in student loans will be forgiven for about 66,000 people who took private loans from Navient to attend certain for-profit institutions.
Mississippi Middle School Offers Students Shapewear Over Body Image
Southaven Middle School said that offering the items was meant to help address the stress of trying to live up to the "ideal body shape."
Professor Shifts to Online Teaching After Suspension for Enforcing Mask Mandate
Dr. Steve O'Kane, from the University of Northern Iowa, required masks in his classroom and threatened to lower students' grades if they didn't comply.