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By Rebecca Boone, Associated Press
Republican Gov. Glenn Youngkin's administration has rewritten Virginia's model policies for the treatment of transgender students, issuing guidance for school divisions that would roll back some accommodations and tighten parental notification requirements.
By Sarah Rankin, Associated Press
Research shows that school shootings can lead to years of health, educational and economic detriment for students who survive the attack.
By Maya Rossin-Slater, Bokyung Kim, Hannes Schwandt, Marika Cabral, Molly Schnell, The Conversation
The month marks the holy month of Ramadan, a time of fasting and prayer for millions of Muslims in the United States. But it can also bring challenges for students and parents trying to navigate school and religious observance. NewsHour’s…
By Amna Nawaz, Roby Chavez, Courtney Norris, Layla Quran
Education Secretary Miguel Cardona said Thursday that the nation’s schools must act more urgently to help millions of students who have fallen behind during the pandemic. "We must make up for lost time,” he said.
By Collin Binkley, Associated Press
By Carolyn Thompson, Associated Press
Vickie Cartwright, the interim superintendent of schools in Broward County, Florida, one of the nation’s largest school districts, said the U.S. government should take action if TikTok won’t get rid of dangerous posts that hurt American schools.
By Cedar Attanasio, Associated Press
A return to in-person school this month are raising the stakes for high school students who want to be safe in packed classrooms and homecoming rallies.
By Associated Press
The Biden administration said it is approving 18,000 loan forgiveness claims from former students of ITT Technical Institute.
This week we’ve been looking at how the pandemic affected students, their lives and their learning. Tonight we hear from teachers. These voices are part of “‘DISRUPTED’ — How COVID Changed Education,” a special report from the PBS NewsHour Student…
By Michael Kunzelman, Holly Ramer, Associated Press
The debate is pitting politicians against teachers who have yet to be vaccinated against COVID-19. In Chicago, there's so much rancor that teachers are on the brink of striking.
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