Crozet Elementary students use Ozobots and Play-doh in a project at the school library in October 2021. Photo: Lisa Martin. A new Virginia law passed in February says parents have the right to decide whether their children should wear masks in public schools, removing that power from state and localRead 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 →

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 →

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 →

New study by University of Arkansas and Western Carolina University researchers finds that Democrat-backed budget bill pending in Congress would reduce, on average, $ 1,131 per student in school resources chartered. The exact amount of the budget reduction depends on how House Resolution 4502 – if adopted in its currentRead More →

Michigan lawmakers approved a landmark education spending bill on Wednesday, but not before the Senate added an additional $ 300 million. Senate additions include scholarships for elementary reading support and incentives for districts that have year-round calendars with shorter, more frequent breaks. The $ 17.1 billion spending plan was passedRead 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 →

OKLAHOMA CITY – A controversial bill that attempts to exorcise “ghost students” from the state’s school funding formula advanced in the state Senate on Wednesday despite bipartisan opposition. Governor Kevin Stitt promulgated it a few hours later. State Senator Zack Taylor, R-Seminole, said the current law bases the district’s initialRead 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 →

ADRIAN – Principals can breathe a sigh of relief, as student funding will not take the blow that was once expected. Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed a Budget of $ 62.7 billion On Wednesday, that includes $ 8,111 per student and an additional one-time investment for schools, equivalent to about $Read More →