- Youngkin wants to fund lab schools at private colleges
Virginia allotted $100 million earlier this year to launch college partnership laboratory schools throughout the state. While the budget language limits recipients of the funds to public colleges, Secretary of Education Aimee >
Sep 15, 7:16 AM:
- Vermont’s top education official says school districts cannot deny tuition to religious schools
Vermont’s top education official has told school districts they cannot withhold public tuition money to schools because of their religious affiliation, issuing what appears to be the state’s first public guidance on the subject >
Sep 15, 7:10 AM:
- Great Oaks Legacy Charter School welcomes new middle school building in Newark
On Wednesday, the middle school students and staff welcomed dozens of community members and education professionals to the ribbon-cutting of the new 32,000-square-foot facility in the West Ward and celebrated the completion of the >
Sep 15, 7:08 AM:
- New charter school may be coming to Panama Buena Vista district
The issue of opening charter schools has been at the forefront of the education debate in Kern County for years, but it’s still a fairly new concept that leaves people on both sids of the aisle at odds.
Sep 15, 7:06 AM:
- Signature Drive Seeking to Halt Implementation of Universal School Choice in Arizona
Still, a growing number of parents demand a more significant voice and stake in their children’s education, even if it means taking them out of the system to attend a private or charter school, or home school.
Sep 15, 7:04 AM:
- Online school ORCA wins best public school award
The Oregon Charter Academy (ORCA), which has operated completely online for 17 years, recently won best public school overall, beating out more than 135 traditional public schools within the mid-valley region (Marion, Polk and >
Sep 15, 7:01 AM:
- Missouri changes enrollment, funding and testing rules for full-time virtual learners
Students no longer have to seek approval from their "home" district to enroll full-time with Missouri Course Access and Virtual School Program — or MOCAP — providers hosted by higher education institutions or school districts, >
Sep 15, 7:00 AM:
- Homeschooling growth continues following pandemic
Likely sparked by the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, the trend of parents and families entering into the homeschooling arena continues to grow as an alternative form of education.
Sep 15, 6:56 AM:
- New Tri-State public charter schools open; still accepting students for 2022-2023 school year
Two new public charter schools are now open in the Cincinnati area, and schools are still accepting students for the 2022-2023 school year.
Sep 15, 6:54 AM:
- NY private schools must show they're teaching the basics
Private and religious schools in New York face greater scrutiny after state education leaders approved rules Tuesday requiring them to prove their academic programs line up with those of public schools.
Sep 15, 6:52 AM:
- Coalition says education achievement gap has widened
Three years after the Student Opportunity Act was signed to address educational inequity, pledging $1.5 billion to the public education system by 2027, low-income and minority students are falling even farther behind their peers >
Sep 15, 6:49 AM:
- Berkeley County School District SC Ready scores show achievement gap
"The results, while concerning, were not really surprising, unfortunately," said the Superintendent at Berkeley County School District.
Sep 15, 6:48 AM:
- School to start Wednesday in Seattle after weeklong strike
Classes will begin Wednesday in Seattle following a weeklong teachers strike that delayed the start of the new school year.
Sep 14, 5:21 AM:
- New State Rules Offer Road Map for Regulating Private Hasidic Schools
The State Board of Regents on Tuesday enacted regulations aimed at holding New York private schools to minimum academic standards.
Sep 14, 5:17 AM:
- Leland charter school petitions US Supreme Court in continued dress code battle
A Brunswick County charter school is petitioning the US Supreme Court to reconsider a ruling that its dress code violated the constitutional rights of its female pupils.
Sep 14, 5:14 AM:
- Charlotte parents are choosing charter schools. What’s required to enroll your child
More Charlotte parents are choosing charter schools in favor of traditional public schools. In Mecklenburg County, charter school enrollment continues to grow, while numbers have declined in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools since the >
Sep 14, 5:12 AM:
- Montana education officials release math, reading scores
Scores were released for the federally mandated math and reading assessment tests from Montana's 2021-2022 academic year.
The required assessment measures math and reading or English language arts proficiency for students from >
Sep 14, 5:09 AM:
- DC community leaders asking tutors to help students catch up after pandemic learning loss
The return to class this fall comes with concerns that students have lost a lot of information since the pandemic.
School and community members both believe that tutoring and mentoring are ways that can help students make the >
Sep 14, 5:06 AM:
- Public School Withdrawals to Homeschool Rise 40%
According to the most recent data released by the Texas Education Agency (TEA) in an open records request to the Texas Home School Coalition (THSC), withdrawals from public school to homeschool in the spring of 2021 were 40% up >
Sep 14, 5:04 AM:
- New Hybrid School In Mustang Offers Students, Parents Learning Opportunities
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, many families have turned their homes into classrooms due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sep 14, 5:00 AM: