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For the second year, Oakland County high schools are grappling with providing seniors with a traditional commencement ceremony while still protecting graduates, parents and others from the coronavirus.
(The Center Square) – Gov. Brian Kemp signed a trio of bills Thursday to expand education options in Georgia.
GLASSBORO, N.J., May 6, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- In an effort to help New Jersey reach its goal of a 70-percent vaccination rate and provide the University community a sense of extra safety, Rowan University will require—and provide an incentive—for all students to be vaccinated. The requirement and incentive apply to all students who will live on campus, in affiliated housing or attend classes in person.
(The Center Square) – Ohio school-choice advocates are applauding a bill introduced in the Ohio House they say empowers families to choose the best education options for their children.
(The Center Square) – Teachers' unions are pushing for two bills in Springfield that would require in-person instruction at all Illinois schools, public or private, to be contingent on meeting requirements set by the Illinois Department of Public Health.
May 6—A bill that authorizes the state superintendent to remove local school boards in districts with deep-seated academic or financial issues and take over management of those districts indefinitely should head to the governor's desk next week after a final vote in the South Carolina House, its sponsor said. The bill has bounced between the House and Senate in recent weeks as lawmakers hashed ...
(The Center Square) – A lot of young kids didn’t enroll in closed-down schools this year, and it’s tough to find all of the students who didn’t show up for online learning. But a new report into Wisconsin schools has a few surprises.
Minutes after receiving a $226,000 separation package from the Broward School Board on Thursday, General Counsel Barbara Myrick lambasted the board as dysfunctional. She warned the board that it was already losing two “highly dedicated committed individuals” — herself and Superintendent Robert Runcie — and said more problems could come if the board doesn’t shape up. Myrick and Runcie both ...
(The Center Square) – A new bill in Springfield would allow student-athletes to make their athletic uniforms more modest for religious or cultural reasons.
(The Center Square) – Kentucky education officials want public input on how it should use more than $2 billion in federal funding geared for helping to safely reopen public schools across the state.