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Ban on hoodies and dresses is meant to prepare K-12 students for the workplace by teaching them to dress professionally, according to a video created by Forney ISD.
After more than a year and on the 50th anniversary of the law, the U.S. Department of Education has proposed updates to Title IX, the federal civil rights law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in education programs or activities that receive federal funding.
$3.56 billion: That’s what ransomware attacks cost U.S. schools and colleges—in downtime alone—in 2021. Administrators also faced additional “astronomical recovery costs” to restore computers, recover data, and fortify their systems against future attacks, a new report says.
Here’s an alert for administrators: Parents are more concerned about non-educators making decisions about what students learn than they are about their children’s reading and math skills.
The deadline to submit your proposal is June 27, 2022.
Principals are burned out and unsure if they can continue at the pace of the last few years. That makes it essential for central office administrators to restore their confidence by instilling hope for the future.
Administrators can find hope in the fact that more teachers believe their students will recover academically from the difficulties of the last three school years.
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.
Teachers and principals are twice as stressed out as the rest of the workforce, with well-being especially poor among Hispanic, female and mid-career teachers.
High school students are worried about their financial futures. That's likely because many don't think they know much about personal finance.
Biden administration has prioritized parent, stakeholder, and community involvement in schools in the wake of the educational upheaval over the past two years.