When the education secretary is outside Washington, she is an advocate for reading. Once back inside the Beltway, she ducks into a backroom and champions radical cuts.
“Disgraced former officials should not be offered cushy fellowships to rehabilitate their image,” a spokesperson for advocacy group Restore Public Trust said.
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Students in the district will still be required to submit work when they can’t make it into school.
Seth Owen, 18, left his family home after his parents tried to force him to attend a church that subjected him to conversion therapy.
Democrats and Republicans should be ashamed of our recent education report card.
Some of the textbooks, which are from three Christian publishers, also claim that evolution is untrue.
The child's mother pulled him out of the school following the incident.
The school chalked it up to an oversight issue.
“There is substantial evidence to support the allegation that the district subjected LGBTQ students to separate or different rules of behavior, sanctions or other treatment.”
“I just want to cry because I have put my most precious possession in this teacher's hands this whole school year. To see this is how she thinks and feels for and about autistic children.”
Rates of bullying have been found to drop when diverse stories are included in the school curriculum, according to the senator who sponsored the bill.
The student's mother said parents were not warned that the sixth graders would participate in an Underground Railroad simulation.
Nearly 40 school districts closed on Friday because too many teachers had requested leave to go to the rally in Kentucky’s capital city, Frankfort.
The school district said a survey also found the public supported an initiative to arm select staff members with guns if it became legal in Pennsylvania.
"This is a symbolic way for the students to participate in their actual education."
Stacy Bailey's supporters, including some students, have asked the school board to reinstate her.
Sixty-three percent of TEACH recipients from 2014 had their grants turn into loans "that they never intended to borrow."
The policy is aimed at ensuring that children from low-income families don’t start their education at a disadvantage because they were enrolled in school later than others.
470 school districts in the U.S. have at least one school on a four-day week but a lack of available data means that number could be much higher.