Portland Public Schools is seeking feedback on three options, each with different price tags, for a November 2020 bond.
The 5-4 decision, in which Chief Justice John Roberts joined the court's other conservatives, is a win for parents who wanted to use the state tax credit to help send children to religious schools.
The college deans say they recognize students and their families may be struggling right now. They say students will not be disadvantaged by not participating in extracurricular activities.
The dangers of social isolation outweigh the risks of in-person classes for most children, say the American Academy of Pediatrics.
After more than two months of distance learning, it’s summer. Usually that means sleeping in, camp or possibly summer school. COVID-19 has canceled a lot of these programs or moved them online.
College reopening plans all rely on one thing: students following the rules. Some experts worry that's too big of an ask.
Princeton trustees voted to remove Wilson's name from the School of Public and International Affairs. The board said, "Wilson's racist thinking and policies make him an inappropriate namesake."
Students of all ages, from kindergarten through high school, saw their academic trajectories slowed, with students in poverty and without stable housing most likely to have lost ground.
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos signaled she is standing firm on her intention to reroute millions of dollars in coronavirus aid money to K-12 private school students.
A building at the University of Oregon will no longer be named for an early white settler who supported slavery and who helped draft the state’s constitution which barred Black people from living in the territory.