Before young Jamaal Hyatt met falconer Rodney Stotts, the youth had never seen a bird fly from a person’s finger, disappear out of sight, and return at the sound of a whistle. He’d never fed a bird of prey, or…
An expert in culturally responsive school psychology urges a wider lens in connecting with students of color in coping with pandemic trauma.
The trend could make college cost more and take longer, assuming that students even go
The school-funding program recently switched from offering rebates for physical labels to an app, frustrating many users and highlighting some of the program’s long-standing contradictions and inequalities.
Current and former student school board members add their growing voices to a potentially precedent-setting U.S. Supreme Court case.
Nebraska colleges and universities are encouraging students to get vaccinated for the coronavirus, but they won’t require the shots before students return to campus in the fall. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the Nebraska State College System and the state’s largest…
Arkansas lawmakers on Tuesday made the state the first to ban gender confirming treatments and surgery for transgender youth, enacting the prohibition over the governor’s objections.
The first day of standardized testing in Texas has been canceled for thousands of students across several public school districts due to widespread technical issues.
A teachers union has sued a northwest Louisiana school system, saying a $1,000 bonus discriminates against women, older workers and disabled people.
Denver Public Schools’ board of education is launching an independent investigation into board member Tay Anderson after he was recently accused of sexual assault.
Indianapolis Public Schools’ percentage of employee applicants of color has declined, according to a recent audit of recruitment and retention presented to the school board.
Citing the surge of student suicides in Las Vegas, Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto on Tuesday urged two federal agencies to tap into a pot of $122.7 billion for schools in the recently passed coronavirus rescue plan to launch a coordinated…
About 600 special needs students ages 16 and older have registered for coronavirus vaccinations starting Wednesday in a program sponsored by Lakewood Public Schools following Gov. Phil Murphy’s order last month making the students eligible for shots, a district spokesman said.
Bach Tong, a 14-year-old from Vietnam, came to Philadelphia with his parents in 2008. The family sought the freedom and opportunity that they knew America could offer.
A legislative committee on Tuesday advanced a proposal that could allow parents to enroll their children in any school district in the state.
U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona came to the Philadelphia region Tuesday, promising help from the Biden administration while urging school leaders to bring students back to classrooms.