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Bourne teachers want school committee member to resign after TikTok posts about race, gender
A Bourne, Mass. school committee member is under fire after TikTok videos she posted about race and gender identity were brought to the attention of the district.
Could a new Republican bill save campus free speech?
This summer, Rep. Greg Murphy (R-NC) introduced the Campus Free Speech Restoration Act, designed to enhance free expression in American universities.
Drive-by shooting at a bus stop in west Louisville kills 16-year-old Eastern High student
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A drive-by shooting at a bus stop Wednesday morning killed one student and injured two others.
Boston school takes party bus with stripper pole and neon lights on field trip due to bus driver shortage
A Boston high school class had to take a party bus on their field trip after their scheduled ride fell through.
Lawmakers, residents push top D.C. education leaders for more testing, transparency and virtual learning
City officials, teachers and parents depicted two vastly different versions of how schools are operating at full capacity during the pandemic at a seven-hour D.C. Council oversight hearing Tuesday.
Letters to the Editor - Sept. 23, 2021
The cheating at Maspeth HS is simply an egregious example of the grade compromises that ensue at most city high schools ( "DOE is setting kids up for failure," Editorial, Sept. 19).
200 NYC schools saw a quarter of their students absent on one day this week
Roughly 200 city schools saw a quarter of their kids absent from class on Tuesday, according to a Post analysis of Department of Education data.
Unvaccinated but masked students no longer have to quarantine; COVID testing becomes weekly in NYC schools
Mayor de Blasio announced significant changes to school quarantine and testing policies. But entire elementary school classrooms may still have to quarantine if a teacher tests positive.
School districts rated on their reading performance. See where your district stands
Teacher Melody Swars reads with Michael Anders, 6, as Abraham Rivera, 9, back left, and Paul Johnson, 10, also read in their classroom at River Oaks Elementary in Galt in 2016.
COVID-19 led parents to vote with their feet - and choose charter schools for their kids
When district public schools failed to meet the pandemic's challenges last year, America's parents did the logical thing: They switched their kids to public charter schools.