The powerful labor groups accused the Florida governor and potential GOP presidential candidate of having a dangerous agenda aimed at destroying the public school system.
Here’s where notable education bills stand in the Maryland General Assembly on crossover day
On crossover day, here’s how some of the bills related to K-12 public education in Maryland have fared through the session.
Lawmakers considering bill to require fentanyl education by fall 2024. Advocates say schools shouldn’t wait.
A bill in the Legislature that takes direct aim at fentanyl prevention is up for a likely vote Tuesday in the Senate Education Committee. But Senate Bill 238 sidesteps the Beaverton school district’s ready to use curriculum.
GA rep. ‘concerned’ about parental control over education: ‘A lot of those parents did not finish high school’
Ga., says she’s ‘concerned’ about certain parental control over education, saying a lot of parents did not graduate high school.
Biden administration details potential cuts in education, food aid and more under GOP plan
WASHINGTON — Federal departments and agencies say U.S. House Republicans’ plans to cut federal spending would result in reductions to key programs like food aid, education assistance and wildfire management.
Biden’s Education Department just pushed back the deadline for student-loan borrowers to see debt relief through a one-time reform
The Education Department announced a one-time account adjustment for borrowers in PSLF and income-driven repayment plans. In new guidance, the department pushed back the adjustment from July 2023 to 2024.
Dr. Suess Day, Principal’s Award and scholarship: Education news
Superintendent Kyle Repucci and School Street School Principal Suzanne Boutin share that students celebrated Dr. Seuss Day by reading and participating in themed activities. On Friday, March 3, the school honored the author’s birthday as part of Read Across America,
Milwaukee’s Academy of Excellence offers lesson in what school vouchers mean for education – and parents’ ability to choose
Milwaukee’s Academy of Excellence, a private Christian school, is on track to receive $16 million in public funding this year, using school vouchers.
Monday is the deadline to request an absentee ballot for the April 4 school board elections for Anderson, Berryhill, Bixby, Claremore Sequoyah, Inola, Mounds, Oologah-Talala, Sand Springs and Tulsa. #
USA TODAY’s Women of the Year honors Flora Tydings, trailblazer in public higher education
How does one become the first woman to lead Tennessee’s public higher education system? By walking a path of passion and purpose one step at a time.