The new guidance comes a little less than a year after the U.S. Supreme Court loosened rules for teachers and staff praying while on the job.
House budget writers in Georgia want to shift $100 million into the state employee health plan to reduce the sting of health insurance premium increases for public school districts. That's among changes that the House Appropriations Committee made Wednesday in Republican Gov. Brian Kemp's proposal for the 2023 budget year.
Seattle Public Schools is suing Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, TikTok and Snapchat for exacerbating the mental health crisis among its students.
The public school district in Seattle has filed a novel lawsuit against TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and Snapchat, seeking to hold them accountable for a mental health crisis among youth.
The case has been closely watched as courts continue to evaluate the role that racial considerations can play when deciding who should be admitted to a particular school.
Burnout and thinning substitute teacher rolls plus the fallout of the omicron surge is pushing school leaders to the brink of desperation. Lawmakers are responding by rewriting hiring rules.
Albuquerque isn't alone. Five school districts in New Mexico have suffered major cyberattacks in the past two years, including one that's still dealing with an attack that hit just after Christmas.
The agreement calls for Chicago Public Schools to provide "at least 1,500 first vaccine doses per week" to employees, with second doses guaranteed.
Monday on Political Rewind: A sobering anniversary came over the weekend. One year ago, the first coronavirus-related death was reported in the United States. Our panel weighed in on where we stand now in putting this pandemic behind us. When will more vaccine reach Georgia? What is being done to safety open schools? Our guests offered answers to some of the most common questions you are been asking.
Emma Pelosi and Debra Fisher, who work with children with special needs at separate New York public schools, find support from each other through the challenges of getting kids back to school.
Public schools in Gwinnett County will move online this fall. The district's superintendent said most everyone will have the Internet but he "can't guarantee" reliable access for all.
The city aims to provide relief for working parents who either can't afford to stay home or can't find child care for the days that students aren't in school.
Gov. Ralph Northam wrote a letter to school boards across the state saying he wants to change the names that have a "traumatizing impact on students, families, teachers and staff of all backgrounds."
The state's largest teachers union says educators want schools to reopen, but the plan lacks detail on safety measures. "There's a lot of angst from teachers across the state," a union official says.
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