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By Geoff Bennett, Ryan Connelly Holmes, Harry Zahn
It's been more than a year since most American schoolchildren returned to the classroom full-time. Now, school districts are working to recover learning lost while kids were at home during the pandemic. Researchers say students in high-poverty areas lost the…
By Geoff Bennett, Ryan Connelly Holmes
Fearing “parallel societies,” authorities tell schools with high numbers of students from immigrant backgrounds to enroll more ethnic Danes -- or risk shutdown.
By Emma Davis, The Hechinger Report
Teachers in the Minneapolis School District have gone on strike after failing to reach agreement on a new contract.
By Steve Karnowski, Amy Forliti, Associated Press
Senior Biden administration officials say the State Department will let eligible visiting students in those fields complete up to 36 months of academic training. There will also be a new initiative to connect these students with U.S. businesses.
By Josh Boak, Associated Press
By Morgan Lee, Cedar Attanasio, Associated Press
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Wednesday announced an unprecedented effort to reopen classrooms in the capital city of Santa Fe and shore up staffing across the state.
By Collin Binkley, Associated Press
In a letter to Ducey, the Treasury Department said the grant programs are "not a permissible use" of the funding.
By Bryan Anderson, Associated Press
North Carolina's bill would have prevented educators from compelling students to personally adopt any of 13 beliefs, and it was the focus of heated debate in the legislature. Cooper said Friday that the measure would have inserted politics into education.
By Fred de Sam Lazaro
Drinking water and restrooms are readily available to most school children in America. That is not the case across the developing world. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on schools coming together around water as part of his series,…
By Jocelyn Gecker, Associated Press
The California Department of Education says public school enrollment dropped by more than 160,000 this academic year. That's by far the biggest decline in the state in years and the clearest picture yet of the pandemic's devastating toll on public…
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