- N.O. 500 Survey: What’s Working and What Isn’t at NOLA Public Schools?
As part of her 100-day plan, new NOLA Public Schools Superintendent Avis Williams has been asking members of the community what they think is working in the city’s schools and what needs to change. We posed the question to members >
Aug 12, 10:03 AM:
- Classical education charter schools on the rise in Florida
Seven Hillsdale charter schools are opened, with more on the way
Aug 12, 10:00 AM:
- Keeping kids safe: Las Cruces charter school implementing extra safety precautions
In the wake of the Uvalde massacre, children's safety while at school is on the mind of many parents across the country.
Aug 12, 9:56 AM:
- Sanford opening new public charter school
A charter school for grades 6-10 will open its first phase and begin its school year Wednesday, Aug. 17, a news release said.
Aug 12, 9:21 AM:
- Report shows rapid growth in Kentucky nonpublic education enrollment
It’s back-to-school time across Kentucky, and a report released Wednesday shows more kids are going away from public schools. More than 58,000 students were enrolled in a private school, and more than 39,500 were homeschooled. >
Aug 12, 9:17 AM:
- Four charter schools could hit enrollment of 1,500
Enrollment in West Virginia’s four public charter schools could reach 1,500 as the final schools open for their first school year later this month.
Aug 12, 9:14 AM:
- Broward district is asking voters to double tax rate to boost teacher pay, school safety
Broward voters are faced with whether they want to increase their property taxes for the next four years to finance raises for teachers, hire more school security staff and bolster mental health programs in Broward public schools >
Aug 12, 8:58 AM:
- Seaside School Inc. ranked No. 1 combination charter school in Florida. Details on the scores
SANTA ROSA BEACH — With the opening of the new 2022-23 school year, The Seaside School Inc. (TSS) continues to earn top academic rankings by claiming the No. 1-ranked combination charter school in Florida for the 2021-22 school >
Aug 9, 8:53 AM:
- KIPP Memphis Public Schools celebrates first day of classes
KIPP said from the youngest to the oldest learners, students are excited to return to their buildings and start a journey to academic excellence.
Aug 9, 8:48 AM:
- Judges Reject Attempt To Halt Tennessee School Choice Program
Tennessee’s new school choice program cleared a legal hurdle that had blocked its implementation for the past two years.
Aug 9, 8:42 AM:
- El Paso Harmony Public Schools invest in educators to retain them
As the national teacher shortage continues, Harmony Public Schools plans to invest in their educators to combat this issue.
Aug 8, 10:55 AM:
- Tennessee’s embattled school voucher program gets the go-ahead from a panel of judges
A three-judge panel has given the green light to Tennessee’s controversial Education Savings Account program. The decision came down after a lengthy court hearing Friday.
Aug 8, 10:49 AM:
- Virtual teachers prepare for year of online education
Teachers have been logging on for training sessions for the past week, going over curricula and making sure everything is ready for the start of the school year. The only thing that's different is they are not in a school >
Aug 3, 8:11 AM:
- Charter schools keep expanding in North Carolina
Charter schools — publicly funded schools that are independently run — continue to expand across the state, with 207 charter schools statewide heading into the upcoming school year. Mecklenburg County has 34.
Aug 3, 8:09 AM:
- Interview: MS Dept. of Education reports more parents opt for homeschooling
The president of a local homeschooling association board, joined WTVA 9 News TODAY to talk about the benefits of homeschooling and why more parents are choosing this option for their kids.
Aug 3, 8:08 AM:
- Homeschooling High School: Strategies and Opportunities
With careful planning, it’s possible to graduate high school early
Aug 3, 8:06 AM:
- Chartered Territory | A look at Lee County’s three charter schools
To some, they’re the future of choice-based public education and offer students and families alternative curricula and more options for learning. To others, they’re a drain on North Carolina’s already taxed traditional public >
Aug 3, 7:55 AM:
- Other states have passed school choice programs. Could Louisiana be next under a new governor?
Across the country, a growing number of states are setting up state-funded education savings accounts, or ESAs, to give more students education opportunities outside of public schools. This year, Louisiana would have joined them >
Aug 3, 7:54 AM:
- Virtual charter school set to begin classes in 3 weeks
The state charter school board also approved three physical charter schools earlier this year. The first, West Virginia Academy in Monongalia County, began classes this week.
Aug 3, 7:48 AM: