The case heard by the Supreme Court on Wednesday brings to light how students with disabilities could be harmed by possibly negligent school systems for the lack of disability support.
The case heard by the Supreme Court on Wednesday brings to light how students with disabilities could be harmed by possibly negligent school systems for the lack of disability support.read more
The shortfall of teachers has reached a crisis in many states.
Young voters in Wisconsin have a higher impact in elections compared to their counterparts in other states. Rashida Anderson-Abdullah speaks to students of University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire students before the 2022 gubernatorial and congressional district elections.
Young voters in Wisconsin have a higher impact in elections compared to their counterparts in other states. Rashida Anderson-Abdullah speaks to students of University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire students before the 2022 gubernatorial and congressional district elections.read more
Months after Loudoun County Public Schools released a report on a plan to implement new equity initiatives, school board candidates present opposing views on the subject during a televised debate.read more
For the first time since 2006, the D.C. school Board of Education will update its social studies standards. This comes at a time when experts say history books and social studies curriculum in some schools lag behind and fail to prepare students to understand when democracy is in peril.read more
Across the breakfasts, lunches, and snacks Wicoie Nandagikendan serves, Youngbear-Tibbetts incorporates sweet potatoes, fresh fruits, leafy greens, fish, and meat from large game animals like bison, which is extremely low in fat, she said. Recently, she distributed a donation of 300 pounds of bison to students’ families.
Education activists are financially supported by the Abolitionist Teaching Network’s Activists in Residence program, as well as connected with other activists across the country who advocate for equity in education.
We the People: Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address was an oratory study, but it also relays important messages for the next generation
While Lincoln’s 213th birthday was Saturday, experts say the Gettysburg Address relates to current events that the next generation can apply in their lives today, like voting rights and what it means to be an American citizen.
More than 30 years ago, Congress required museums to return items removed from Native American graves to the descendants of those buried. The New York State Museum has returned only 29% of its artifacts, claiming the rest are “culturally unidentifiable.”
Books like Gender Queer: A Memoir, Lawn Boy and This Book is Gay have been challenged across the country. In North Hunterdon County, New Jersey, LGBTQ+ student activists organized to help stop their proposed book ban.
Approximately 2.5 million New Yorkers who collectively owe $93 billion in student loans, according to the U.S. Department of Education. Many voters in the Empire State are looking at candidates in the November midterm elections to see where they stand on the national student loan debt crisis. Among the seats up for grabs in New York is that of Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer, who has been a vocal advocate of canceling student loans in recent years.
A new Government Accountability Office report shows the majority of school districts that receive disaster aid serve America’s most vulnerable students. It’s unclear if Congress will consider a provision from the Biden administration’s Build Back Better Act that would allocate funding to preemptively replace ailing school buildings.
On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Maryland is among the 31 states that do not have laws requiring Holocaust education, but a state lawmaker who attempted to impose such a curriculum mandate three years ago said he may explore a second attempt at passing the legislation in 2023.
The ‘summer slide’ meets the ‘COVID slide’: Drop in test scores isn’t surprising with remote schooling, experts say
Washington students’ standardized test scores have dropped significantly since the start of the pandemic. Experts say this isn’t surprising.