- Maine OKs 1st religious school for tuition reimbursement
Maine is ready to fund tuition for some religious school students for the first time since a Supreme Court ruling in June ordered the state to treat those schools the same as other private schools regarding tuition reimbursement. >
Sep 23, 7:43 AM:
- Oregon students' math, reading skills plummet post-pandemic - Los Angeles Times
Testing from spring 2022 shows students who were already behind before the pandemic had the most learning loss but all children overall lost ground when compared with spring 2019 test scores, Oregon Department of Education >
Sep 23, 7:42 AM:
- Two Philly students now have seats on the school board
Student representatives do not have voting power, but they take part in all board discussions and gather information from peers across the city; last year’s board representatives helped select a new superintendent.
Sep 23, 7:40 AM:
- Montgomery students are meeting literacy expectations but are behind in math
Montgomery County students met the school system’s performance target in reading but fell short of goals in math for the last school year, according to academic data shared with the school board Thursday.
Sep 23, 7:34 AM:
- Addressing learning loss: What Omaha Public Schools is doing
Nebraska data shows a detailed picture of OPS students’ decline in English and math proficiencies as a result of the pandemic.
Sep 23, 7:33 AM:
- Hispanic interest growing for Michigan's schools of choice
Hispanic parents nationally are increasingly investigating alternatives to traditional public schools, according to a survey released this week by Conoce tus Opciones Escolares.
Sep 23, 7:31 AM:
- Denver board approves charter school centering Black students
After the state ordered Denver to reconsider a charter school centering Black students and culture, the Denver school board Thursday approved the school to open next fall.
Sep 23, 7:29 AM:
- New school choice coalition in Wisconsin looks to expand education options
A number of the state’s conservative groups, school choice groups, and the state’s largest business group are launching a new effort to expand school choice options in the state.
Sep 23, 7:27 AM:
- Public school enrollment down
Public school enrollment on Hawaii Island declined for a third straight year, according to data recently released by the Department of Education.
Sep 23, 7:26 AM:
- What to know about the proposed public charter school in Carmel
A proposed public charter school in Carmel, the potential first K-8 charter school in Hamilton County, has been met with support and pushback from community members and stakeholders.
Sep 23, 7:24 AM:
- Arizona school choice expansion debate continues
Under the expansion, any K-12 student in Arizona, who opts out of public school, would get roughly $7,000 to use each year for private school tuition, home education, tutors, or any other approved educational expense.
Sep 22, 9:25 AM:
- Learning loss continues to manifest
Test scores released this month showed 72% of students failed to meet California math standards, worse by 5 percentage points from the pre-pandemic school year of 2018-19. For English standards, 58% failed to meet state standards, >
Sep 22, 9:17 AM:
- COVID relief money helps Colorado schools pay for math and reading curriculum
State officials announced Wednesday that 42 districts and 28 charter schools will receive grants to purchase reading curriculum for early elementary grades and math curriculum for elementary and middle school.
Sep 22, 9:13 AM:
- Republican gubernatorial candidate Kalus pledges to revamp education testing in R.I.
During the 2020-2021 school year, only 33 percent of students in grades three through eight were considered proficient in English language arts and 20 percent were doing math at grade level. Results for the last school year are >
Sep 22, 9:11 AM:
- ‘A wonderful journey’: This Staten Island charter school is receiving $10K in arts funding
With construction of a new building on track to provide more seats for students at Hellenic Classical Charter School in Bulls Head, Borough President Vito Fossella announced more than $10,000 in arts funding to the school on >
Sep 22, 9:08 AM:
- Oregon Moms Union's 'legislative priorities' call for school choice measures and parental rights
The leader of the union said, 'After years of saying no to parents, it’s far time for elected leaders to find ways to say yes'
Sep 22, 9:07 AM:
- KIPP Indy’s first graduation will mark historic moment for neighborhood
KIPP Indy’s Class of 2023 will be the first to graduate from the school, which is in Indianapolis’ Martindale-Brightwood neighborhood, a historically working-class Black area of the city.
Sep 22, 9:03 AM:
- Lynchburg schools administrators share plan to improve academic achievement
After the recent release of Standards of Learning (SOL) scores across the commonwealth, Lynchburg City School officials have rolled out a plan to improve academic achievement in light of the school division’s passing rates. >
Sep 22, 9:01 AM:
- University Charter School's BrewCS recognized, to be contender for governor's excellence award
University Charter School (UCS) in Livingston was recognized as Work-Based Learning Regional Best Practice model and will be a contender for the Second Annual Governor's Work-Based Learning Seal of Excellence Award.
Sep 22, 8:59 AM:
- Seattle teachers approve new contract following strike
Teachers in Seattle have approved a new, three-year contract following a strike that delayed the start of the school year in Washington state’s largest district.
Sep 21, 10:34 AM: