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One Virginia school district has faced intense backlash after adding more books about people of color, the LGBTQ community and drug abuse. Read more>>

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Trucks, and working on them in the Walmart parking lot, is what the boys in Lindsay Johnson’s sixth-period English class mostly wanted to discuss last school year. So Johnson helped the students channel their enthusiasm into a podcast. Read more>>

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The Supreme Court said that it would allow a lawsuit against the gunmaker Remington filed by a survivor and the families of the victims of the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre to proceed. Read more>>

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Chalkbeat
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday in three consolidated cases that will determine the fate of DACA. The program has had an outsized impact on schools, as about four in 10 of its recipients were students in high school or college. Read more>>

The Detroit News
A charter school advocacy group is accusing the Michigan Department of Education of "illegally" hiding performance data it is supposed to be using to create an A-F accountability system for schools. Read more>>

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The vast majority of Wisconsin's schools and districts meet or exceed expectations, according to the latest state report cards. But many schools continue to struggle, particularly those in larger urban areas and tiny rural communities. Read more>>

KSNV
Experts say the number of those trained to address social, emotional and behavioral health is not where it needs to be in Nevada. The state is lacking about 800 school psychologist positions statewide and approximately 500 here in Clark County. Read more>>

The Drive News
The Maryland school system's buses are included in Daimler Trucks North America's recall. Around 800 buses are affected in Montgomery County and will continue to be in use until safety upgrades can be made. Read more>>

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The 74
Underrepresentation of girls, students of color and low-income students in STEM has remained a problem. A new report shows how higher education institutions can bridge the disconnect between teacher training and classroom reality in math and STEM education. Read more>>

The New York Times
A plan to desegregate schools in a liberal Maryland suburb founded on values of tolerance has met with stiff resistance. Read more>>

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NBC News Learn
NBC News Learn launched the third 10-part installment of the "Discovering You: Engineering Your World" video series celebrating engineers. The NBC News education division produced the series with Chevron, the American Society for Engineering Education and the National Science Foundation. Read more>>

NIEA
The National Indian Education Association, Communities in Schools Mid-America, Inc., and Wichita and Affiliated Tribes of Oklahoma are collaborating on a four-year school support project for tribal students in the Anadarko Public Schools. It is funded by a $2.7 million grant from the Department of Education's Native Youth Community Project. Read more>>