ExploreCOVID-19 cases reported at metro Atlanta public schools Registration for the virtual and in-person Summer Academic Recovery Academy is open through the end of the month. APS estimates it will spend $13 million in federal stimulus funds on this summer’s effort, the first of a three-year push to extend learning […]

Care and Feeding is Slate’s parenting advice column. In addition to our traditional advice, every Thursday we feature an assortment of teachers from across the country answering your education questions. Have a question for our teachers? Email [email protected] or post it in the Slate Parenting Facebook group. My second grader has […]

Cynthia Medrano, a college counselor at Alliance Marine Tech High School, an LAUSD charter school in Sun Valley, works remotely. (Los Angeles Times) Middle and high school students in the Los Angeles Unified School District will head back to campus two days a week in late April or early May, […]

Beleaguered students already undoubtedly have their minds on vacation down the Shore, sleepaway camp and the intoxicating jingle of the ice cream truck which signifies the sweet arrival of summer break. But, after an arduous slog through oftentimes ineffective remote instruction, two words may soon shatter classroom daydreams: summer school. […]

How To Practice Safe Shipping in ‘Riverdale’ The stars of the CW hit show explain how to protect yourself — from shipping too dramatically. Despite Riverdale fast-forwarding seven years post-high school just two episodes ago, this week took us right back to the oh-so-familiar hallways of Riverdale High. We really […]

Newsday is opening this story to all readers so Long Islanders have access to important information about the coronavirus outbreak. All readers can learn the latest news at newsday.com/LiveUpdates. Your subscription is important because it supports our work covering the coronavirus outbreak and other strong local journalism Newsday […]

In response to “Montclair parent: Let’s get kids back in the classroom,” the recent op-ed by Dr. Lauren Brucia, I would like add my own thoughts resulting from almost 40 years of teaching in elementary schools. I taught in the inner-city in a major New Jersey district, and the newest […]

Three weeks before Sen. Ted Cruz embarked on his ill-fated Cancun trip to escape the aftermath of Texas’s devastating winter storm, the elite K-12 Houston private school attended by his two daughters emailed a Covid warning to parents about international travel. The bottom line: St. John’s School students who travel […]

Feb. 18—NEW LONDON — Police are investigating the shooting death of a 17-year-old New London High School student Wednesday night in the area of Grand and Elm streets. Police said that at approximately 6:22 p.m., emergency personnel responded to a report of shots fired with an injured person in the […]

EAST BAY State Sen. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, introduced legislation Wednesday to make free meals available to every public school student without any burdensome application process or eligibility determination. With provisions that emphasize meals that are freshly prepared with locally grown food, SB 364, the “School Meals for All” bill, is […]

Boston Public Schools Superintendent Brenda Cassellius revealed plans Wednesday to spend $1.3 billion on city schools next year, $36 million more than this year. Per pupil spending would rise to $23,500 from $22,000. Nearly half of the additional funds will pay for approximately 175 new social workers and family liaisons […]