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The large Texas districts will have to search for a new superintendent for the first time in years.
One Mississippi middle school’s attempt at addressing girls’ body image concerns sparked outrage among parents, forcing the school to backtrack.
Mayor Eric Adams is considering allowing the nation’s largest school district to return to some form of virtual instruction as the city weathers a wave of coronavirus cases.
Tens of thousands walked off the job on Thursday over what they say is the government’s failure to adopt a coherent policy for schools to manage the COVID-19 pandemic.
The civil lawsuit filed against Oxford Community School District accuses administrators of putting students in danger by downplaying the actions of the accused gunman prior to the shooting spree.
More than 40 school bus routes were canceled Wednesday.
Parents face manslaughter charges after their son allegedly killed four students and injured seven others.
The walkout was driven by a series of social media posts that circulated Monday calling on city students to leave class at 11:52 a.m. on Tuesday in protest.
One district seeks over 281 volunteers because of COVID shortages.
The FBI is investigating the apparent breach, which knocked out its internet, phone systems and software after “potential unauthorized access” to the IT systems.
As of Monday evening, 424,230 employees and students have been tested and 65,630 were positive for the virus.
The deal ends a standoff that has kept 340,000 students out of classrooms for a week.
Students will rotate between in-person and virtual at the middle school until repairs are complete at the high school on Jan. 24.
Regional differences in spending highlight varying priorities. From summer learning to ventilation upgrades, here’s a look at the spending plans.
Chicago school leaders are canceling classes for a fourth day in the nation’s third-largest school district, taking the dispute with the teachers union over remote learning and COVID-19 protocols into another week.