Education

College Athletes May Be the Key to Advancing Dr. King’s Final Campaign

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. explicitly spoke about leveraging the economic power of people and using it strategically to accomplish…

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Newark families, educators brace for schools to reopen on Jan. 18

Updated: Newark families and educators are cautiously preparing for students to return to classrooms Tuesday, some two weeks after the…

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Anne Arundel Community College Builds Skilled Trade Center with Only Local Donations

Rendering of the new Clauson Center for Innovation and Skilled TradesThe workforce needs in Anne Arundel County in Maryland were…

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Students are more traumatized than I imagined

Come September, most teachers and students will be back in person. For many of them, it will be their first…

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Jeffco health officials order masks for all in schools

Students starting classes in Jeffco schools Tuesday will have to wear masks after all, regardless of age or their vaccination…

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Philadelphia teachers union says the district has not opened talks on vaccine mandate — and wonders why not

A week after the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers said it was open to negotiating a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for educators,…

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Universal lunch may help NYC students view their schools as safer places, a report finds

Universal free lunch doesn’t just provide meals for children. New York City’s school food program improves students’ perceptions of bullying,…

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Tennessee students can opt out of wearing masks at school, governor says

Parents of Tennessee schoolchildren will be able to opt out of school mask mandates under an executive order signed Monday…

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Michigan mask tracker: Find out which districts are requiring masks and which aren’t

The debate over whether to require students and staff to wear masks inside school buildings for the approaching school year…

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What does $6 billion in COVID relief buy in Michigan schools?

School leaders delivered books to children’s doors, hired tutors, replaced hard-to-clean carpeting, and offered more summer school than ever before.…

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