Secretary of Education Cardona met with parents, faculty, and staff at Kelley Lake Elementary on Friday, applauding the school’s use of funding from the American Rescue Plan to improve its ventilation system as students prepare to return to the classroom.
In the remote Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta region of Alaska, many families practice subsistence hunting to get food on the table. Three students reconnected with that tradition during the pandemic.
Georgia schools are about to receive the final $1.4 billion installment of $4.2 billion in federal coronavirus relief funds the state Department of Education was allocated through legislation Congress passed in March.
Public places don't always fully meet the needs of a community. Shari Davis explains how participatory budgeting can give us all a voice in creating safer and more equitable public spaces.
As college athletes nationwide rush to ink individual sponsorship deals under a new NCAA policy, North Carolina is the first to say it will license players in groups alongside school trademarks.
The American Academy of Pediatrics released updated guidance for schools on Monday, recommending universal masking for students over the age of 2.
A group of students challenged the college's policy, saying it violated their rights to reject medical treatment, among other things.
The Georgia Lottery generated more than $1.5 billion for the state’s HOPE Scholarship and Pre-K programs during the last fiscal year, a record that came despite a global pandemic that dampened economic activity.
The COVID-19 pandemic is not over. Administrators are preparing now for students who may have fallen behind academically as well as those who may be experiencing increased anxiety and depression.
State history standards can give educators a roadmap through the uncomfortable facts of U.S. history. In the current debate over critical race theory, they can also offer political cover.
In a resignation letter posted to Twitter on Monday, West says the university is suffering from "intellectual and spiritual bankruptcy of deep depths."
Governor J.B. Pritzker signed legislation last week that will require public school students to learn about Asian American history starting in the 2022-2023 school year.
At historically black colleges and universities, Hannah-Jones' decision is being celebrated as an important step toward redefining which schools should be considered among the most prestigious.
The updated guidance promotes vaccination for those old enough and says vaccinated children may not need masks. What about kids too young for vaccines? And as summer begins, what about vacation risks?
Sierra Leone's education minister and MIT graduate David Moinina Sengeh is shooting for the moon when it comes to his country's future, from schools to health-care to ... space travel.