DeSantis Joined by Oregon Parents in Push for School Curriculum Transparency
"This kind of political spin does not belong in our kid's classrooms," said a parent advocate in Oregon about the teaching of gender identity to kids.
Dems Push Biden to Extend Student Loan Repayment Pause Month Before It Ends
A letter signed by eight Democratic lawmakers also requested the White House to "provide meaningful student debt cancellation.'
Ex-Yale Employee Admits to Stealing $40M in Electronics From School
Jamie Petrone pleaded guilty to conducting an elaborate fraud scheme in which she sold purchased electronics to outside businesses.
Critical Race Theory Being 'Rebranded' in Schools as Workaround, Conservative Group says
An undercover video shows school administrators in Idaho and Tennessee 'rebranding' Critical Race Theory to work around a ban, the conservative group says.
Professor's Support of Russia's Ukraine Invasion Prompts Student Petition
The petition has received more than 260 signatures so far asking faculty and staff to consider taking action against professor Michael Jabara Carley.
More Teachers Are Facing Penalties For Quitting During Pandemic
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, around 600,000 teachers in public education quit between January 2020 and today.
Teacher Threw 9-Year-Old Autistic Boy Across Room: $700,000 Lawsuit
A spokesperson at the school where the alleged incident took place said "the allegations in the complaint are deeply concerning."
New York City's Pre-K Students to Potentially Remove Masks Next Month
Children could begin to stop wearing masks in the classroom beginning April 4.
Teachers Allegedly Killed by Student at Sweden's Malmö Latin School
Monday's incident comes as Sweden's gun violence rate has risen duel largely to increased gang activity.
School Exams Postponed for Millions Amid Paper Shortage, Economic Crisis
Sri Lanka is experiencing one of the worst recessions in the country since 1948, when it became independent.
HBCUs Eligible for Campus Security Grants Following Wave of Bomb Threats
In addition to financing improvements in campus security, the grant funding will provide mental health resources.
School Board Defies Court Ruling of Discrimination Against Asian Students
A Virginia school board continues to push back against a ruling that its new admissions policy, which isn't merit-based, discriminates against Asian Americans.
Sackler Family Name Being Pulled From Yale Despite Large Past Donations
Yale announced it would stop accepting donations from the family last year, and currently has two empty faculty chairs named after the Sacklers.
Threats Against Black Students Lead to Hate Crime Charges for 3 8th-Graders
In connection to the investigation, one student has also been charged with possession of a handgun.
'Teacher Wanted The Tea': Girl Interrupts Zoom Class to Vent About Breakup
"We had no choice but to listen. Girly if u see this sorry we tried to warn u but u made class entertaining for sure!" the TikToker said.
Teen's Arrest for Alleged 'Kill List' Leads to Mom Charged With Neglect
Police searched the family's home and said they found "deplorable living conditions" in which cocaine and drug paraphernalia were allegedly out in the open.
Black Children Reportedly 'Sold' in 'Slave Auction' at School
"We have become aware of recent incidents involving students using racially insensitive language and offensive imagery," said a Chatham County Superintendent.
Teacher Suspended For Not Using Student's Preferred Pronouns Sues School
A Kansas school district is being sued by a teacher who says her religious beliefs are violated with the new pronoun and student preferred name policies.
Some NYC School Principals Continue to Urge Masking Despite Rule Lifting
The mask mandate in schools in New York City was lifted on Monday, but not every school district is on board.
Sign Telling Identity-Confused Kids 'I'm Your Mom Now' Sparks Controversy
A sign telling high school students that if their parents aren't accepting of their identity, "I'm Your Mom Now," has angered parents in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.
Minneapolis Teachers Walk Off Job, Forcing District to Cancel Class for 29K
The walkout was triggered by a dispute over pay, class sizes and mental health support for students.
Chicago Public Schools Set to Pull Mask Mandate for Students and Teachers
Chicago Public Schools CEO Pedro Martinez said that the move would encourage families to make their own decisions regarding COVID-19 protocols.