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“We don’t want our son to have to live in a place where he feels like he isn’t welcomed and valued,” the mother of one of the plaintiffs said.
Board members say that Gov. Newsom has misused his power “in a way that threatens serious harm to Orange County’s children.”
Adding the layer of paperwork for families who want their students to opt-out of mask wearing marks an attempted workaround to the governor’s executive order.
When Texas teachers return to their public or open-enrollment charter school classrooms later this year, a new state law will restrict how they can discuss current events, encourage civic engagement and teach about America’s history of racism.
When the pandemic first struck, many child well-being advocates worried that the massive shift to remote school would spur an uptick in a troubling behavior: online bullying.
“Broward County Public Schools intends to comply with the Governor’s latest Executive Order,’’ the district said in a statement Monday afternoon.
More than 200 Indiana police agencies will be boosting their patrols this fall to crack down on school bus stop-arm violations and dangerous driving near school bus stops and in school zones.
Beginning in 2024, Chicago will have a 21-person school board and phase in elections for those seats, a change that would establish school board elections for the first time in city history.
The shift by the second-largest U.S. district comes weeks before in-person classes are scheduled to resume.
International governments and companies have pledged more than $4 billion to educate 175 million children around the world and prevent a generation’s chances of being blighted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Myth #1: Learning loss is easy to spot and easy to define.
Governor Brown’s office said the change is in line with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recently updated guidance and is based on the latest science.
The results provide some hope that a full in-person return to school this fall could see young children quickly regain the early literacy skills they missed while learning from home.
Three schoolteachers in Washington state who sued chemical company Monsanto over exposure to materials in fluorescent lights have been awarded $185 million.
Two public school districts and the Archdiocese of New Orleans declined funding for preventative testing.