With school starting up again soon in many places, school districts across the country are still scrambling to fill positions, an effort complicated by the delta variant.
“I couldn’t do it anymore,” said Abby Norman, a former schoolteacher in Atlanta.
These are the first statewide programs, though some cities already have universal free lunch in schools.
Academic competition pressures families to enroll children in tutoring courses. But some parents are resisting.
Darrick Hamilton, a co-author of a recent study from the New School, describes other ways to address the disparity that hurts Black Americans.
One in three unemployed workers has pursued more education or job training while out of work, the Pew Research Center says.
The long road to a merit scholarship included 30 applications and 90 admissions essays.
A new Gallup survey finds that 71% of parents who work full time have kids who are attending school in person.
After a dark year, New York City Accountant Michael Durant says he’s “starting to see light at the end of the tunnel.”
Sixty percent of people now say they’ll get a vaccine, but that’s not enough to get the pandemic under control.