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The Biden Administration and federal education officials say they must shield LGBTQI+ students from “unrelenting political attacks” such as Florida’s “Don’t Day Gay” law.
Measure would support the early identification of students suffering from mental health issues and violence prevention training for staff.
The stats contributing to teacher shortages are glaring: the average teacher salary is so low in 38 states that even some mid-career educators qualify for government benefits based on income.
Leaders of a newly launched Public Schools Caucus in Congress will mount a bipartisan effort to build on the educational innovations of the pandemic era.
An Ohio superintendent, Jude Meyers, faces more than a dozen criminal charges from his time leading the Gallia County Local School District, state auditor Keith Faber announced Monday.
Because of postponed assessments, some schools are only now recognizing the full scope of the learning loss but they have time to adjust acceleration efforts.
Districts spent the first two rounds of ESSER funding quickly on immediate safety and technology needs. Now, administrators are now being more deliberate and strategic
With the specter of state control looming, Boston Public Schools is being sharply criticized for failing to "carry out basic operational functions," among other problems with equity and educating at-risk students.
High school students will learn about communist regimes and "how victims suffered at the hands of these regimes" for at least 45 minutes in their required U.S. government class.
Florida's use of critical race theory as a reason to reject math textbooks points straight back to the George Floyd protests of 2020 for some educators.
Lessons flagged by Florida education officials include a formula for self-assessing racial bias and an SEL learning objective in which students empathize with classmates.