BBC News NI has learned the EA has conceded about two-thirds of cases brought to an independent tribunal by parents of children with SEN. That is according to a response to a freedom of information request.
Nevada’s former lieutenant governor returning to education
Former Nevada Lt. Gov. Lisa Cano Burkhead is returning to her education roots. Cano-Burkhead was appointed president Cristo Rey St. Viator College Preparatory High School in
Kim Reynolds appoints Chad Aldis to lead Iowa Department of Education
Aldis will replace departing Department of Education Director Ann Lebo, who announced last month she would resign and explore new opportunities.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders signs sweeping education bill, to praise and protests
Sarah Huckabee Sanders signed the LEARNS Act into law on Wednesday, making Arkansas the latest Republican state to adopt a universal school voucher program
Sex education review is ‘politically motivated’, say teaching unions
Tory MPs’ claims of extreme graphic lessons at England’s schools written off as ‘inflammatory rhetoric’
A climate education bill, spearheaded by teachers and students, gets a spotlight in Salem
On Thursday, the Oregon’s Senate Education Committee will hold a public hearing on a far-reaching proposal to incorporate climate education across all grades and all disciplines statewide, starting in the 2026-2027 school year.
GOP senators accuse Education Department of allowing ‘taxpayer-funded antisemitism’ on college campuses
Fifteen Republican senators, led by Sen. Jim Risch, sent a letter to Education Secretary Miguel Cardona on Wednesday morning that accused his department of funding antisemitism on campus.
Proposal to give Nebraska’s governor more control over the state’s education policies receives little support
Lawmakers in Nebraska proposed three amendments including one to give the governor more control over educational policies. Many people testified against the amendment at a hearing.
Q&A: Education Expert on Tutoring, Learning Recovery & Schools’ Staffing Woes
As schools reckon with the toll of the pandemic, leaders across the country have begun to test out a strategy they hope will help students catch up on missed learning: tutoring. Either one-on-one or in small groups,