- LAUSD chief promises expanded early education, more bus seats and other ‘swift’ changes
Los Angeles Supt. Alberto Carvalho, in his first back-to-school address, pledged Monday to bring rapid progress to the nation’s second-largest school district, which has long struggled to make modest, consistent gains.
Aug 9, 9:00 AM:
- MN school district policy bans teaching "divisive concepts"
A central Minnesota school district is clashing with the teachers union and LGBTQ allies over a proposed policy that opponents say would undermine equity and inclusion.
Aug 9, 8:58 AM:
- Michigan Charter Schools Sue US Department of Education Over New Rule
An organization representing Michigan charter schools is suing the U.S. Department of Education over a new rule that its lawyers say will undermine charter schools.
Aug 9, 8:56 AM:
- Indianapolis district, charter schools compared in test score study
The study compares the academic growth of Indianapolis students at three types of public schools: charter schools; traditional schools controlled by the Indianapolis Public Schools district; and innovation schools that operate >
Aug 9, 8:54 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:
- Renovated castle in Wilmerding, Pa., will provide space for charter school
The 45,000-square-foot Westinghouse Castle will be renovated for the Westinghouse Arts Academy Charter School.
Aug 9, 8:51 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:
- New principal aims to bring stability in wake of Harpswell Coastal Academy’s hectic year
With 25 years of experience leading schools, new Harpswell Coastal Academy Principal Amy Marx hopes to bring even more project-based learning to the newly consolidated charter school.
Aug 9, 8:47 AM:
- Plumas Charter celebrates new school with open house
Plumas Charter School invites students, parents and the public to take a tour and celebrate the completion of the new school at 1425 E. Main Street in Quincy. The ribbon cutting ceremony and reception will be held on Wednesday, >
Aug 9, 8:45 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:
- How kindergarten camps are helping Pittsburgh area students who missed preschool during the pandemic
The start of the new school year is weeks away, but at Duquesne Elementary School a group of students was already in a kindergarten classroom in late July learning how to take turns, raise their hands and line up in an orderly >
Aug 9, 8:41 AM:
- LEARN charter network starts the school year ahead of Chicago schools
The North Lawndale school is one of seven in the LEARN Charter School Network, which usually starts classes in early August and a few weeks ahead of Chicago Public Schools, which this year, starts on Aug. 22. LEARN serves >
Aug 9, 8:38 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:
- Cities face crisis as fewer kids enroll and schools shrink
Across the U.S., COVID-19 relief money is helping to subsidize growing numbers of big-city schools with small numbers of students
Aug 8, 10:54 AM:
- Educators, counselors in Ohio say schools need more mental health resources
It’s time for students in Ohio to start heading back to classrooms, but mental health experts and educators worry high anxiety levels in kids and teens could make for a difficult transition.
Aug 8, 10:51 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:
- Iowa allocates $1 million for Choice Charter School's launch
The Iowa Board of Education allocated $1 million last week to help Choice Charter School pay startup costs.
Choice is the first charter school that will run independently of a public school district under a 2021 state law
Aug 8, 10:46 AM:
- L.A. schools drop aggressive COVID-19 safety rules
Los Angeles Unified school leaders on Tuesday officially stepped back from COVID-19 safety protocols that have been among the most far-reaching in the country, choosing instead to mirror current county requirements and join most >
Aug 3, 8:18 AM:
- Enrollment levels impact funding for area schools
The pandemic hit school districts hard in 2020, with Wisconsin schools losing 25 thousand students, and statewide, it hasn't quite bounced back.
Aug 3, 8:12 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: