Educators nationwide who have been forced to teach online because of the pandemic are finding new ways to connect with students learning English for the first time, a group that’s particularly difficult to reach with online instruction.
Educators nationwide who have been forced to teach online because of the pandemic are finding new ways to connect with students learning English for the first time, a group that’s particularly difficult to reach with online instruction.read more
According to Government Accountability Office’s analysis released Thursday of Cybersecurity Resource Center data on students from kindergarten through high school from July 2016 to May 2020, 58 of the 99 data breaches were targeted at students’ academic records, including assessment scores and special education records.
According to Government Accountability Office’s analysis released Thursday of Cybersecurity Resource Center data on students from kindergarten through high school from July 2016 to May 2020, 58 of the 99 data breaches were targeted at students’ academic records, including assessment scores and special education records.read more
On Sunday, D.C. activists from youth-led social justice organizations banded together to occupy the space outside the U.S. Department of Education.
On Sunday, D.C. activists from youth-led social justice organizations banded together to occupy the space outside the U.S. Department of Education.read more
WASHINGTON – Homecoming is a sacred time for students and alumni at Historically Black Colleges and Universities. The weeklong event gives HBCU communities a chance to come together and celebrate. But this year's homecoming festivities looked a lot different as...read more
WASHINGTON - The final question at the vice presidential debate came from someone who can’t vote, Utah 8th grader Brecklynn Brown. It was a surprise to Brown when moderator Susan Page ended the debate with Brown’s question: “When I watch the news all I see is arguing...read more
The Counseling Not Criminalization in Schools Act was introduced in Congress in July to provide schools with funding to hire counselors, social workers and other health professionals in place of police officers.read more
WASHINGTON – Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said Wednesday that the Trump Administration is dedicated to providing funds to Historically Black Colleges and Universities amid the coronavirus pandemic. “The success of all students is a priority for this administration,...
Black Lives Matter activists have pushed to cut police funding, but they also are protesting the presence of police in schools. However, some experts and a school shooting survivor said this week that the officers are important in keeping schools safe.
As Frederick County public schools begin remote learning amid concerns about COVID-19, students who may be facing housing insecurity have become harder to identify through a screen. This has led county teachers and local organizations to work in overdrive to increase their support to students who may not openly disclose the stressors going on at home.
The City School District of Albany relies on grants, partnerships and parents’ personal health care to maintain their school-based health centers in three of their middle schools — but Superintendent Kaweeda Adams anticipates an increase in demand while their K-12 students cope with stress and trauma during COVID-19.
Italian schools are set to reopen on Sept. 14, but only if 2.6 million single-seat desks are built within the next month to allow the social distancing that the traditional two-person desks in classrooms make impossible. Reopening schools is seen as a crucial step...
? For-profit colleges accounted for 71 of the 100 schools that received the most emergency grant funding per student from the CARES Act, as shown by an analysis of Education Department data by students at the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University....
Some schools have decided to brace for a semester without new international students as the new ICE rule forces all international students attending U.S. colleges out of the country if their classes were conducted fully online.
The Heritage Foundation conducted a nationwide survey asking parents and school board members about teaching gender identity in schools. Of the school board members surveyed, 80 percent said they do not think schools should teach kindergarteners to “challenge gender stereotypes” or be provided with sexual activity instruction, including sexual orientation and gender identity. Similarly, two-thirds of the parents surveyed agreed.
The 1619 Project curriculum taught in over 4,500 schools — Frederick County Public Schools has the option
Teachers in Frederick County public schools have the option to teach about racial injustice and slavery via The 1619 Project curriculum.