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Kelly promises to rebuild Kansas by focusing on schools, host families and Medicaid

Governor Laura Kelly has pledged to fully fund Kansas public schools and not raise taxes – a promise that some Republicans predict she will not be able to meet – in her first speech on Wednesday statewide . Years of… Continue Reading →

Los Angeles Teachers' Union Alludes to New Talks During Strike

Richard Vogel / AP Actor, musician and activist, Steven Van Zandt, in the center, supports teachers on strike in front of Hamilton High School in Los Angeles on Wednesday, January 16, 2019. By Christopher Weber, Associated Press Posted on Wednesday… Continue Reading →

Nevada Governor Sisolak Focuses on Education and Jobs in the State

CARSON CITY – Gov. Steve Sisolak proposed to significantly increase funding for health care and education in Nevada, including a 3% increase in teachers' salaries, and expressed his desire to increase salary minimum his first speech on the state of… Continue Reading →

Lyndhurst teacher pleads guilty of sexual assault on student

Tom Nobile North Jersey record Posted at 8:44 pm EST January 16, 2019 A former Lyndhurst schoolteacher will serve five years in prison after pleading guilty on Wednesday to sexually assaulting a 15-year-old student at a Jersey City charter school… Continue Reading →

"Zero Student Achievement" in Newark Schools Backed by Facebook Money

This story was published by Chalkbeat, a non-profit news organization covering public education. Sign up for their newsletters here: Newark unveiled, three years ago, a leading personality experienceInstead of shutting down poor schools in the inner city of South… Continue Reading →

Look on campus: Derrick Rowland strengthens its presence in New Haven

Derrick Rowland, graduate of Green Tech, from the New Haven Men's Basketball Team. (Courtesy of the University of New Haven) Derrick Rowland, graduate of Green Tech, from the New Haven Men's Basketball Team. (Courtesy of the University of New Haven)… Continue Reading →

Businesses and Teachers Rally to Help Raleigh's Injured Officer and His Family

By Adam Owens & Bryan Mims, WRAL presenters / reporters Raleigh, N.C. – Triangle-wide companies and teachers across the country are mobilizing to help a Raleigh police officer who fired his job last week and his wife, a local teacher…. Continue Reading →

Wake says that 25 schools need a cap on registration. And that partly blames the leaders of CN.

The Wake County school system has increased by only 42 students this year, but 25 schools may be under the enrollment cap this fall, which will prevent newcomer families from going to school. The administrators of the waking school said… Continue Reading →

Karen Pence "excited" to work at school by banning LGBT students and teachers

Second Lady of the United States, Karen Pence, accepted a position. to teach art in a Christian elementary school known for its ban on LGBT + students, parents and teachers. Karen Pence, known as "Mrs. Pence," will teach two days… Continue Reading →

Prairie View A & M students face flooded and moldy off-campus housing

PRAIRIE VIEW, Texas (KTRK) – Dozens of Prairie View A & M students are angry at what they say are ongoing problems at Panther Hill Apartments. The building opened in the fall of 2018 due to a shortage of housing… Continue Reading →

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