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Chicopee Superintendent Lynn Clark has been arrested by the FBI after an investigation into threatening messages she allegedly sent to someone applying to be the town's police chief
Recent limits on teaching LGBTQ topics and student activities fly in the face of years of growing inclusion and affirmation by educators, schools, and yes, even state lawmakers.
Building Better School Infrastructure grants will support energy- and cost-saving redesigns and help districts transition to electric school buses.
Despite a wave of new laws that hit schools this week, a majority of adults oppose banishing sexual orientation or gender identity topics from U.S. classrooms.
Free- and reduced-price lunch, used for decades to set school funding levels and track other accountability measures, no longer serves as an accurate proxy for student poverty, researchers say.
President's budget request includes $1 billion in funding for school counselors and mental health professionals. The administration proposed similar funding in 2022 but it was cut from the final spending package.
Bans on transgender athletes in girls' high school sports have swept through red states over the last year, but the wave hit a brick wall in Indiana and Utah.
States that had mask mandates in place the longest are now lifting the requirement as districts across the country look to find a new normal.
A promise to end standardized testing in Florida is not what it seems, teachers said this week after Gov. Ron DeSantis launched the state's new assessment system.
As waves of West Coast districts join the nation in loosening COVID rules, yet more evidence is showing that mask mandates were extremely effective in blocking the virus.
Loss of free universal meal waivers will "devastate school meal programs" and is a "worst-case scenario" for children nationwide, anti-hunger advocates and education leaders say.
With the masking decision in most parts of the county now left up to students and families, the CDC reports that masks cut COVID transmission rates by a significant amount.