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Students in New Orleans schools woke up this week not knowing when they will be back in school as their district is closed 'indefinitely' due to vast power outages and other damage caused by Hurricane Ida.
Alachua County Superintendent Carlee Simon says she and administrators in other school systems are gearing up to take legal action after the state docked the salaries of school board members.
Incorporating social-emotional learning school-wide gives educators, students, and their families the tools to strengthen their community and navigate challenges.
Superintendent Brad Tuttle and his lineup of standout educators at Jersey CUSD 100 have students on paths to success in Southern Illinois.
Department of Education investigating whether prohibitions on universal masking prevent children at higher risk of severe COVID illness from accessing in-person learning equally
A dozen students and several others tested positive for COVID last spring after an unvaccinated, unmasked and symptomatic teacher in Marin County, California, read to an elementary school classroom, the CDC reports.
Gloucester County School Board will pay $1.3 million in settlement with Gavin Grimm, a transgender man who sued after school officials did not allow him to use the bathroom corresponding to his gender identity.
The traumas that students have suffered during the pandemic may not be readily apparent during the first days or weeks of school. Warning signs, such as acting out or withdrawal, may actually lie dormant
Schools must balance two complex issues—safety and privacy—as they look to technology to help them identify students who are suffering a mental health crisis or threatening self-harm.
Alaska, Connecticut, Illinois, and Louisiana have plans approved. To date, 46 states and D.C. have submitted plans for review.
A judge is expected to rule Friday on a lawsuit filed by parents from several counties alleging that Florida governor's ban on school mask mandates violates state constitution.
Only one state provided enough transparent detail to allow advocates to analyze resource inequities and the action being taken to address them, a new report finds.