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Many school districts in the Cincinnati area are going to historic lengths to bring nutritional meals into the communities where some of their poorer students live. Now that battle against hunger has gone mobile. Read more>>
The Kenosha Unified School District is implementing new guidelines following controversy over cheerleading awards that objectified students’ bodies. But the ACLU, which threatened legal action against the district, says it’s not going far enough. Read more>>
The rally, organized by Informed Parents of California, called for a rejection of California Board of Education’s proposed Health Education Framework, which they said teaches students too much information and too soon.
State Schools Superintendent Mark Johnson said that while he supports teachers, he can’t support union’s call for teachers to take May 1 off to lobby state lawmakers for higher pay and expansion of Medicaid funding. Read more>>
Colorado’s online schools will have to track their students and will face limits in how they rebrand themselves if Gov. Jared Polis signs a bill that’s on the way to his desk. Read more>>
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Gov. Tony Evers’ state budget plan calls for capping voucher enrollment in 2021 and eliminating an income tax deduction for private school tuition. Read more>>
Last week, on the wall of a middle school cafeteria, administrators projected a large yellow slide on a screen, titled “Detention Today.” Displayed below, were the names of the seven middle-schoolers on the docket to be punished. Read more>>
A year after a city task force laid out an ambitious action plan for better serving children in foster care, city education officials promised to ensure more students in foster care are using academic enrichment and mentoring programs.
Since California’s Charter Schools Act of 1992 was passed more than a quarter-century ago, a political standoff has made it almost impossible to repair even the parts of the charter law that no one disputes are broken.