TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — As a parent, when you send your children to school, you want them to be safe.
One Twin Falls father learned, however, that not only was his daughter attacked on campus but there was video evidence of the altercation.
One evening in mid-October, Leslie Montgomery said her daughter received a barrage of emails to her school email account. Montgomery said her daughter— a seventh grader at the Christian private school Greenleaf Friends Academy — had been the subject of bullying by fellow students since enrolling in the school last year.
Millions of students are heading back to school with a challenge they didn't have to face last year.
The more contagious delta variant is fueling a nationwide COVID-19 surge that's sending younger people to hospitals — including children.
The Kansas State Board of Education has established a temporary advisory council to improve and reform American Indian learning systems in the state. Cheryl Harrison-Lee, chairwoman of the Kansas Board of Regents, said the creation of the council will help state education officials as they try to close enrollment gaps for underserved Kansans.
One after another, residents, parents and students went to the microphone at the Wall Board of Education Tuesday evening and lambasted its members.
They were angry and frustrated about the Wall High School football team hazing allegations that surfaced last week, as well as claims of other sexual assaults of students.
College officials at public and private institutions said they’ve been preparing to welcome back students. Protocols will vary. Some New Jersey colleges recommend students limit the number of people who join them for move-in day. Others are reminding students that booster shots will be required to live in dorms and attend in-person classes.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY, NJ – Middlesex County, in partnership with the Educational Services Commission of New Jersey (ESCNJ), and the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office, hosted the Educators’ Summit on Partnerships for School Safety on Wednesday, February 23 to address school safety and student wellness for the 2022 school year.
In 2020, a staggering 39 million American adults dropped out of college and never finished their degrees. Their reasons vary and so do the solutions. Colleges and philanthropies are interested in luring this population back—not only to improve the lives of these individuals and raise the skills of the U.S. labor force, but also to fill empty seats at colleges that have been losing students.