An NBC affiliate in Minneapolis has discovered rare footage of a young Prince supporting local teachers in Minneapolis in the midst of a teachers’ strike.
Just over 48% of surveyed K-12 public school teachers nationwide said they had at least one enrolled student who did not show up for classes at all during the 2020-2021 academic year.
There’s no guarantee of how amenable Congress will be to maintaining much of the education platform in an election year, even with Democratic control. That’s probably why the ED Department also published today new recommendations for states to support educational development and student achievement.
Students entering high school next fall in Florida will be the first to have financial literacy education as a requirement for graduation from high school. The new rule was signed […]
If you let conservatives in the Indiana legislature tell the story, indecisiveness killed a bill to eliminate critical race theory teaching and content from state schools. But it also showcased […]
New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham signed into law yesterday a bill that will increase salaries and wages for teachers and educational staff across the state. Senate Bill 1 will […]
The Boston Globe reports on a new report detailing the mismanagement of millions invested into Massachusetts public school systems to support children from U.S. territories displaced by horrific hurricanes in […]
The Washington Post reports today on the growing number of school districts nationwide going away from letter grading as marks of achievement or learning. “A grade should represent learning, not behavior,” said […]
A key Senate panel approved legislation Wednesday that would provide public money for private school tuition for Tennessee students whose school systems do not offer in-person learning all year. However, […]
New Jersey is now the second state to require Asian American studies in its public schools after Gov. Phil Murphy on Tuesday signed the measure into law. The bills, which state Senate and […]