- COVID lessons public schools could learn from private school that stayed open
- Jan 19, 8:47 AM: When many school districts across Colorado were deciding what to do for the fall 2020 school year, one school knew since June that they were going to open for in-person learning.
- Private Schools Cashed in on P.P.P. Funding
- Jan 14, 8:38 AM: Despite hefty endowments, wealthy private schools have received money from programs designed to save small businesses.
- Private School Using Unique Approach to Learning During Pandemic
- Jan 14, 6:46 AM: After considering parents' wishes as well as the choices of other schools around the world, administration made the decision to have all students and staff return to in-person classes at the beginning of last August.
- Court: Private schools favored over public schools near NYC
- Jan 8, 7:57 AM: Public schools in a highly segregated community near New York City were being overseen for years by a school board elected in violation of a law protecting fair voting rights, a federal appeals court panel ruled Wednesday.
- Wayne County private schools gain students as parents seek full-time, in-person option
- Jan 7, 8:15 AM: All four schools offer in-person instruction five days a week and have reported few cases of COVID-19 to the state.
- Principal: Enrollment up ‘considerably’ as more parents turn to private school
- Jan 5, 7:21 AM: When students struggle with distance learning, parents have to choose what’s best for their family. That’s why despite tuition costs, Catholic schools are adding names to their wait lists every day.
- Divided Michigan Supreme Court rules state can reimburse private schools
- Dec 29, 7:44 AM: A divided Michigan Supreme Court ruled Monday the state may reimburse private schools for the cost of complying with state-mandated tasks, like employee background checks and immunizations.
- Linda Stewart Wants Private Schools to Follow Same Academic, Hiring and Construction Standards as Ot
- Dec 29, 6:54 AM: Last week, state Sen. Linda Stewart, D-Orlando, showcased her proposal to create “uniformity among public, private, and charter schools in the state.
- Supreme Court Denies Kentucky Religious School Exemption From Virus Shutdown
- > Dec 18, 8:25 AM: The Supreme Court denied Thursday a Kentucky religious school’s request to be exempted from a public-health order closing all K-12 campuses across the state. But the court, noting that the order was soon to expire, said the school
- Schools lose challenge of in-person instruction suspension
- Dec 15, 7:04 AM: Three religious schools will have to abide by a Toledo-Lucas County health order and remain closed through Jan. 11 because of the coronavirus pandemic, a federal judge ruled Monday.
- ‘I don’t regret it for one second:’ Parents decide to pull kids from Fairfield schools
- Dec 11, 7:26 AM: We had great teachers. We loved all that,” Crissy Kelly said. “It had everything to do with the model. It just wasn’t going to work. I don’t regret it for one second.
- Religious, private schools sue Michigan health official over COVID restrictions
- > Dec 8, 8:04 AM: A group of religious and private schools as well as parents whose students attend the schools are suing Michigan's top health official over the latest state restrictions halting in-person instruction, alleging such actions are
- How D.C.-area private schools are making education work in the Covid era
- > Dec 4, 7:43 AM: We talked with six private schools from our List — with student bodies of between 175 and 1,060 and tuition ranging from $20,000 (for preschool) to more than $49,000 — about what they’ve been doing differently this year under
- Daniel Cameron asks U.S. Supreme Court to rule on Kentucky religious schools lawsuit
- > Dec 1, 7:36 AM: One day after a three-judge panel sided against him in his lawsuit to keep classrooms at religious schools open during the pandemic, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron asked the U.S. Supreme Court to stymie Gov. Andy
- Appeals court allows Beshear to halt in-person classes at Kentucky’s religious schools
- Nov 30, 7:08 AM: A federal appeals court has upheld Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear's order halting in-person classes at public and private, religious-based schools amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Lawsuit filed by parents, private schools over virus restrictions is ‘dumb,’ Beshear says
- > Nov 25, 9:06 AM: A group of churches, private Christian schools and parents sued Gov. Andy Beshear on Tuesday over his new orders temporarily banning in-person classes and limiting indoor social gatherings to eight or fewer people from two separate
- At many LI private schools, in-person learning still the norm
- > Nov 23, 8:29 AM: Many private high schools and middle schools on Long Island are doing in-person instruction for all students five days a week, in contrast to most public schools, turning running tracks and wrestling rooms into classrooms as they
- Attorney General, Christian School Sue Gov. Beshear Over COVID Restrictions
- Nov 23, 8:28 AM: Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, along with a Christian private school in Danville, have sued Gov. Andy Beshear for his order that private schools temporarily stop in-person classes.
- Conservative Group Sues To Stop Racine From Closing Private Schools Due To COVID-19
The conservative advocacy group Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty filed a lawsuit Thursday to stop Racine from closing schools.
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- As Virginia routes more students with disabilities to private schools, costs are soaring
- Nov 19, 7:08 AM: Virginia places more students with disabilities outside their local public schools than 37 other states — a trend that’s dramatically increased spending on specialized private schools over the past decade.