Foreign Exchange Students In US High Schools

Survey Reveals US High School Easier For Foreign Exchange Students; Sports Demands More Challenging

The Brown Center on Education Policy conducted and compared surveys done in 2001 and 2016 and noted something significant in the results.

by Amanda Moore

Mayor Bill de Blasio

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio Orders School Staffers To Block Immigrations, Customs Enforcement Agents Without Warrant

Immigrations and Customs Enforcement agents will not be allowed to get into schools in New York City as Mayor Bill de Blasio announced such act will not be tolerated.

by Claire Parker

California Teachers Layoff

California School Districts Plan 1,750 Teacher Layoffs; What's Wrong With California Public Schools?

Some of the most in-demand teacher posts are getting the cut first even as there's a shortage of teachers as it is.

by Amanda Moore

Artificial Intelligence In Education

Artificial Intelligence In Education: How Is This Changing Classrooms And Learning?

Artificial intelligence or AI is shaping classrooms globally and enabling students to gain more knowledge as more opportunities emerge.

by Amanda Moore

Middle School Name IPMS

New Florida Middle School To Be Called IPMS; Parents Demand Changing 'Disgusting' Name

The school color for Innovation Park Middle School or IPMS is red. Parents think the students will be ridiculed because of it.

by Amanda Moore

Angelina Jolie As Professor

Angelina Jolie Teaches College For The First Time: 'I'm A Little Nervous, Feeling Butterflies'

Angelina Jolie signed for an unpaid visiting professor job at the London School of Economics last May 2016. She will officially hold classes in September.

by Amanda Moore

Higher Education Alternatives

Students Looking At Higher Education Alternatives; Where Are The Best Colleges Apart From US And UK?

The political climate in America and Great Britain has students looking for college opportunities in other countries.

by Amanda Moore

Betsy DeVos Revised ESSA

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos Releases Updated ESSA Guidelines Template; Do States Get More Flexibility?

States have until April 3, 2017 to submit their ESSA but Betsy DeVos' new guidelines is supposed to be adopted as soon as possible.

by Amanda Moore

Children Of Immigrants In The United States Made It To The Top OF Science Competition

How Children Of Immigrant Parents Made It As Top Science Students in America

America's future engineers and scientists could be children of immigrant parents.

by alexa ancheta

Westfield Hosts Interactive Artificial Intelligence Storytelling For Kids At Pop-Up Indoor Park

How Artificial Intelligence Affects US Education System

Artificial intelligence has proven its benefits the country's educational system.

by alexa ancheta

Teachers' Dilemma On President Donald Trump

Educators Facing Dilemma In Teaching Trump's Politics To Students; What's Allowed And Not Allowed?

Teachers are unsure of how to handle social issues and lessons on current events around Trump without offending students, parents, school administrators or the community.

by Amanda Moore

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos Met With Agudath Israel

Betsy DeVos Commends Orthodox Jewish Schools As Models Of Public Education In Her Meeting With Agudath Israel

Betsy DeVos and Agudath Israel have worked together before in fostering improvements for Jewish private schools.

by Amanda Moore

Slavery Auction Posters Upset Parents

Parents Upset Over Slave Auction Poster Assignment For 5th Graders In New Jersey School

The school district superintendent and the principal of the South Mountain Elementary School already responded to the complaints.

by Amanda Moore

2015 Billboard Latin Music Awards - Show

Enrique Iglesias, Other Latin Artists Reveal Why Education Is Important

Enrique Iglesias and his fellow Latin artists recently opened up about the importance of education in the Hispanic community.

by Charlize Walters

Harvard Law School

Harvard Law School No Longer Requires Admission Test, Aspiring Lawyers To Submit Scores From Graduate Record Examination

The Harvard Law School will no longer require admission test to aspiring lawyers.

by Claire Parker

Utah Lawmakers Repeal No Promo Homo

Utah Lawmakers Repeal Law Banning Gay Discussions In Sex Education Classes, LGBT Supporters Commend Senators

The state has a law called "no promo homo" that disallowed advocating homosexuality in schools.

by Amanda Moore

Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan

Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg Finally Getting His Harvard Degree After Dropping College 12 Years Ago

In preparation for the big day, Facebook founder and billionaire Mark Zuckerberg consulted with another billionaire and fellow Harvard dropout Bill Gates.

by Amanda Moore

Students Protest Tuition Increase

Higher Education Students Violently Fight For College Costs, Equity In South Africa; Is America Next?

The conflict at University of Witwatersrand started over a proposed tuition fee increase when the students are demanding free college.

by Amanda Moore

Trump Administration Releases New Version Of Immigration Ban

American Teen Fails To Get College Aid Due To Immigrant Mom

An American teenager filed a lawsuit after she was denied financial assistance for College because of the immigrant status of her mother.

by alexa ancheta

Schools Under The CPS System Could Face Early End Of Schoolyear Due To Funding Shortage

Chance The Rapper Gives Chicago’s Public Schools $1 Million After Government Cuts School Funding

Chance the Rapper donates $1 million to the CPS to make up for the $215 budget shortage.

by alexa ancheta

Women's  March

Numerous Teachers Filing For Leave? Virginia, Alexandria Schools Closed Due To 'A Day Without a Woman' Event

Teachers filed for leave from schools in Virginia and Alexandria prompting schools to close down due to the event "A Day Without a Woman."

by Claire Parker

U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos

Betsy DeVos And Education Innovation: What Does The Secretary Plan For Higher Education, Education Technology?

Will the Education head be open to tapping edtech resources willing to help public schools or will her school choice priority remain the first agenda?

by Amanda Moore

President Donald Trump Gives Advice To A Child

President Donald Trump Advices 10-Year-Old Girl: 'Make A Lot Of Money, Don't Run For Politics'

The president's team visited kids at Orlando's St. Andrew Catholic School as he pushes for school choice for the Education Department.

by Amanda Moore

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