Labour, the main opposition party in the United Kingdom, wants to undo a tax exemption private schools have enjoyed for decades.
In a Rand survey, 80% of superintendents call their jobs stressful, largely because of the intrusion of political issues into schooling.
About one in three students are chronically absent, double the number before the pandemic.
A new report finds that funding has stagnated in the last two decades. Some states are trying to buck the trend.
Instructors are investing their cash, along with their skill and passion, in their students' education.
Since the chatbot launched, schools have sought tools to inform teachers when students try to pass off AI-generated writing as their own.
Shortages and unavailable goods mean schools can't always serve what's listed on their menus.
School districts, flush with cash from federal Covid relief funds, are looking to hire, and new teachers are figuring out how schools must adapt in the wake of a pandemic.
"One moment, we had, like, $1,200 in this account, and then we had, like, $20,001,200."
National reading and math scores are way down. But school leaders say it can be hard to put all that money toward instruction.