Federal policy and reform
“The national conversation on homelessness is focused on single adults who are very visible in large urban areas. It is not focused on children.”
Student loan borrowers across the country will have until December 2023 to apply for up to $20,000 in forgiveness from the federal government.
The changes are supposed to be reflective of a system that pushes for improvements and support for all students, officials said.
Nine-year-olds across the country saw historic drops in math and reading scores on a key national test.
Biden’s plan offers more relief to students who started with the least but doesn’t address the much higher debt burden carried by Black and Hispanic borrowers.
In most cases, students who’ve been exposed to a person infected with monkeypox shouldn’t be excluded from school or other activities.
Some school officials are bracing for a spike in student meal debt as paperwork requirements return.
The founder of Royals for Women’s Rights at Hamilton Southeastern High School says education and open discussions are crucial.
Feds urge schools to reexamine discipline of students with disabilities, calling it ‘an urgent need’
Schools need to make sure students aren’t being disciplined for behavior related to their disability, especially as the effects of the pandemic drag on, new guidance says.
New federal legislation will help keep school meal programs financially afloat this fall and get more food to kids this summer.
Experts also expect some increase in teen births and decreases to women’s educational attainment, but the magnitude is hard to predict.
The proposal is the latest step by the Biden administration to strengthen protections for LGBTQ students at school.
Congress is poised to pass a bill in response to the Uvalde shooting. Here’s what it means for schools.
It includes $1 billion for mental health and $300 million for school security.
But the decision won’t turn on a money spigot for religious private schools.
The new data suggests that the charter sector was experiencing growing pains even before controversial rules proposed by the Biden administration.
Education Secretary Miguel Cardona called for raising teacher pay in a speech Thursday.
“It’s important to make sure that the stewardship of the program — particularly with respect to accountability and fiscal responsibility — is there,” said Assistant Education Secretary Roberto Rodríguez.
President Biden urged lawmakers to act after 18 students and a teacher were shot and killed at a Texas elementary school on Tuesday.
It will be welcome news for school leaders worried about inflation and supply chain issues.
It remains unclear how useful the data would be in its early forms, but would be a significant step toward assembling data on nonbinary students.
It shows that charter schools are down but not out politically.
Polis is one of few elected Democrats to speak out against the changes, which could make it harder for charters to get startup grants.
“The quality of research coming out was disheartening,” said one researcher.
With the end of the school year approaching, NYC schools have spent just about half of this year’s COVID relief, according to a comptroller report.
Mayor Eric Adams wants to give summer jobs to all youth who want one. But undocumented youth can’t participate in the program.
Some researchers say it’s likely. Federal NAEP scores have been stagnant for high schoolers, but that could be due to falling dropout rates.
Biden also wants to increase money for community schools, English learners, and students with disabilities.
They have run up against the national labor shortage and supply chain issues.
With pandemic waivers set to expire, schools are bracing for higher meal costs and summer planning hiccups.
Biden sought to increase Title I by $20 billion. A new budget deal would increase it by $1 billion.