Connecticut towns could lose casino money if schools keep Native American mascots
State Sen. Cathy Osten, the chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee said in a news release earlier this week that Native American tribes have said for years that the nicknames and mascots are "horribly offensive."
Indiana teachers unions are trying to block a new state law they say is ‘punishment’ for activism
The law, which will go into effect July 1, sets out a new process for the collection of teachers union dues, requiring teachers to annually complete a three-step process to have union dues deducted from their pay checks.
Should rich families be allowed to fundraise a better public school education for their kids?
PTAs didn’t always focus on fundraising. But as bake sales evolved into Tesla raffles among wealthy families, some parents have raised the idea of redistributing parent donations between affluent and high-poverty schools.
Unvaccinated teens marked by numbers at New Hampshire high school prom
In an email, the school explained that students who were unable to provide a vaccination card had a number written on their hand. Dancing was divided among three dance floors. During the dancing, after every few songs, students were asked to raise their hands to determine who they were around.