President Biden is set to sign three executive orders targeting gun violence on Thursday, but student activists are calling on the president to do more with his executive authority.
"It is unfathomable to me that you felt it appropriate to force my child to watch George Floyd's murder on television in your classroom," the Cedar Hill High School parents' letter to administrators read.
The curfew could be in place through April as needed, city officials said following a meeting on Sunday.
Whether we like it or not, current students will live and work in an increasingly interconnected world in which foreign language skills will be more essential than ever.
Prospective grads want an in-person commencement ceremony this May, arguing that large gatherings can be done specifically and pointing to the city's decision to host the Super Bowl last month.
Enhanced safety measures were imposed on Miami Beach from late February, in anticipation of the spring break crowds.
Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the CDC, warned: "We are really trying to restrain travel at this current period of time."
The deadlines in some states have passed, while in California the deadline for many state financial aid programs for the 2021-2022 academic year is March 2.
There is a benefit of fast-tracking the elimination of copious amount of student loan debt now, leading the economically fragile into a new world of opportunity.
Places of higher education must do better and work beyond their perfectly scripted Title IX precautions to listen to survivors.
As adult dependents, we can only hope that the comprehensive stimulus checks will set a precedent for future pandemic aid.
China is attempting to control the global conversation about its escalations in Hong Kong and its treatment of Uighurs.
The Justice Department backed DeVos, calling demands that she testify "extraordinary, unnecessary, and unsupported."
The theme has been removed and the school district is not planning any further action, according to a spokesperson for the school district.
Police said teenagers and parents at schools in the Gardner school district were sent two distressing emails in the middle of the night through the online learning portal.
Though there weren't many students my age, I have been in classes during the past three years with freshmen, juniors, sophomores and seniors and I have a lot of friends I've made in college.
Teachers were disappointed to learn Connecticut's education commissioner was tapped, citing his limited experience teaching in a classroom.
I recall jokingly telling the mom of my student that I thought someone was breaking into my house. As I turned on my landing to go downstairs, I met with a man coming up the stairs who had a knife in his hand
West Virginia and Kentucky are the only two states where in-person learning is currently prohibited statewide at all public and private schools.
Students were found partying both outside and inside the university halls.
Homeless families demand that Mayor Bill de Blasio install Wi-Fi networks in homeless shelters housing school-age children before classes resume after the winter break.
While her mother served as a substitute, Stephany Hume still logged on to read and answer questions for her students after an emergency surgery.
Atlas slammed COVID policies of young people, tweeting a link to an article about its impacts on children. But none of Atlas' criticisms were discussed by the experts in the story.
The Florida school worker spent 31 days in an intensive care unit before she died earlier this month.
The latest poll from Chegg and College Pulse found Biden was favored by more than two thirds of undergraduates.
The third-grade teacher was reported to have died two weeks after the school announced a student tested positive for the virus.
The university teacher in Belgium resumed the in-person lesson "to allow the students social contact."
The school district defended the principal's use of the slur, citing "educational purposes."
Alaska, Wyoming, Montana, Wisconsin, West Virginia and Missouri have the "highest overall likelihood of COVID-19 infections," a study has found.