Thursday, February 24, 2022 Maryland State Delegate Jay Walker introduced Maryland House Bill 1431, titled Public High Schools – Student-Athletes – Compensation for Name, Image and Likenessthat would allow public high school athletes across the state to enter into name, likeness, and likeness (NIL) contracts, provided certain conditions are met,Read More →

Maryland State Delegate Jay Walker introduced Maryland House Bill 1431, titled Public High Schools – Student-Athletes – Compensation for Name, Image and Likenessthat would allow public high school athletes across the state to enter into name, likeness, and likeness (NIL) contracts, provided certain conditions are met, including co-signing of anyRead More →

A Florida high school’s policy that banned a transgender student from using a boys’ bathroom violated federal law because he was a boy “socially, physically, medically, and on legal documents,” the Department of Justice will argue. Justice Tuesday. The St. John’s County School Board’s policy restricting restroom use by ‘biologicalRead More →

California law provides student voter registration rules in the election code. Article 3.5 contains sections 2145 to 2148.5. Section 2145 states that Section 3.5 is known as the Student Voter Registration Act of 2003. Section 2146 requires the Secretary of State to provide annually to each high school, community college,Read More →

Education and paramedics go hand in hand in the Richmond and Memphis area, as Richmond/Lenox EMS and the Memphis Fire Department have both recently gone the extra mile to help educate students. Richmond/Lenox EMS is now looking to help cash-strapped students through a scholarship offered annually but underutilized. The JimRead More →

Harmony School of Innovation -Sugar Land Senior, Anjali Agrawal has been nominated as a candidate for the 2022 US Presidential Fellowship Program. [CREDIT: Harmony Public Schools] A Harmony School of Innovation – Sugar Land senior, Anjali Agrawal has been named one of more than 4,000 applicants for the 2022 USRead More →

Sam Nichols, Spouse, digital photo, 2021. Submitted Wednesday, January 26, 2022 Twelve advanced photography students from Carson High School have their work in Photo Finished 2022 at The Brick. This exhibition presents their creative projects based on four years of study with teacher Kara Ferrin.Picture completed in 2022, a CapitalRead More →

BETHLEHEM, Pa. — The Bethlehem Area School Board on Monday recognized and honored the district’s outgoing Director of Student Services and Minority Affairs, Vivian Robledo. After 23 years serving Bethlehem Public Schools, Robledo will retire from the district and head to a new position as Executive Director of The NextRead More →

Rep. Michelle Davis, R-Whiteland, delivers closing remarks on Bill 1041, which would limit transgender student-athletes from competing on teams based on their biological sex. The House Education Committee introduced the bill to the House. Photo by Jack Sells, TheStatehouseFile.com. INDIANAPOLIS—Ask both sides what the debate about including transgender student-athletes inRead More →

From simple chocolate chip cookies and cupcakes to French macaroons and towering layered cakes with toasted meringue frosting, Aspen Moreland bakes it all. At just 17, Moreland ran his own cottage catering business, Aspen’s Kitchen, from his family kitchen and baked pastries for two restaurants in town. After graduating fromRead More →

Kentucky student-athletes involved in agriculture are invited to apply for one of six scholarships and recognition as the 2022 Kentucky Ag Athlete of the Year. The program is a partnership between the Kentucky High School Athletic Association (KHSAA) and the Kentucky Department of Agriculture (KDA). “Athletics and agriculture have aRead More →

A freshman from Noblesville High School recently filed a lawsuit against Noblesville High School and Noblesville Schools, alleging a violation of free speech rights and bullying. According to a press release from Students for Life of America, the lawsuit was filed by Charitable Allies, Inc. on behalf of the student,Read More →

This has been a busy year as the Department of the Navy’s (DoN) Naval STEM Coordination Office, located at the Naval Research Office (ONR), has expanded its offerings for high school and college students. These activities included a flight academy; a virtual question-and-answer event with astronauts working at the InternationalRead More →

Evan Cunningham, a marketing and communications student at Marietta College, just released a song he wrote with Jake Binegar, “December Ain’t So Cold”. (Photo provided) Evan Cunningham performs “Burning Gas” in June at High Schools That Rock in Marietta. (File photo) Evan Cunningham, a marketing and communications student at MariettaRead More →

Pursuing higher education has been a vital step in realizing the American Dream since James Truslow Adams coined the expression in 1931. He defined the American dream as the hope for “a better, richer and happier life for all of our citizens of all ranks.” Collectively, however, Americans have rackedRead More →

Charles County Public Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) are distributing individual reports this week to students who took the i-Ready program assessments earlier this fall. The reports will be sent home with the students this week starting Wednesday December 1st. The students who have taken the i-Ready assessments are asRead More →

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) is currently holding consultations with stakeholders on the proposed eligibility criteria and conditions for the entry into force of the financial aid from the 2022 academic year. According to the NSFAS, certain transitional arrangements would be implemented in 2023. In a statement releasedRead More →

Albert Lea’s school board heard presentations on World’s Best Workforce program on Monday as well as data from the most recent MCA tests. In showcasing the world’s best workforce, Mary Jo Dorman, Executive Director of Teaching and Learning, and Julie Eaton, Coordinator of Teaching and Learning, presented the board withRead More →

Alamance Community College (ACC) held a groundbreaking ceremony for the school’s new $ 6.7 million student service center on Friday, October 22. The new 12,203-square-foot two-story building will house the community college’s admissions and financial services, the registrar’s office and the office of the vice-president of student success under oneRead More →

KINGSTON, RI – August 26, 2021 – The University of Rhode Island has appointed Jean Nsabumuremyi, director of the TRIO Educational Opportunity Center at Idaho State University, as the new director of the Multicultural Student Services Center. It starts at the URI on September 1. Nsabumuremyi has served as theRead More →

Charles Broughton has been appointed the new Director of Student Services for Daviess County Public Schools. “I look forward to taking on this new challenge and having the opportunity to work more with other leaders in central office to better serve our students, staff and schools,” said Broughton. Broughton replacesRead More →

Audubon Elementary School Principal Caleb York has been named the next Daviess County Public School District Student Services Coordinator, effective July 1. York’s primary responsibilities will be to coordinate support services to schools, focusing on meeting the needs of the whole child (academic, emotional and social). York will work closelyRead More →

WWe have heard the assertion time and time again: Charters are a form of specialized education that may not be able to meet the needs of large segments of the population, some people say. These critics claim that while public charter schools might be able to achieve good results byRead More →

News Ryan hamilton-davis Wednesday, February 17, 2021 Photo file SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS speaking at a meeting of a joint select committee on the effects of blended learning called for more student counselors, saying the Student Support Services Division (SSSD) was straining while addressing student issues during covid19. Sanatan Sharma MahaRead More →

California educators are looking to postpone student assessment tests statewide this year. The State Board of Education plans to seek a waiver from the US Department of Education and other federal agencies to suspend testing requirements in school districts closed due to coronavirus concerns, a spokesperson for the Coronavirus saidRead More →