UG semester exams of Mangalore University held amid Covid restrictions
Education News: MANGALURU: Mangalore University conducted exams for undergraduate students by adhering to Covid-19 guidelines on Monday.
Los Angeles Schools Will Test All Students and Staff for Covid
The shift by the second-largest U.S. district comes weeks before in-person classes are scheduled to resume.
BYU requires students, faculty, staff to report COVID-19 vaccination status
BYU University Communications emailed all students, faculty and staff on Aug. 2 asking them to report their COVID-19 vaccination status immediately. The email said if students have not reported their vaccination status by Aug. 19, access to myBYU will be restricted until the report is received.
Upbeat image of massive Best Starts for Kids levy doesn’t tell King County voters full story
Voters will soon decide whether to expand King County's $400 million Best Starts for Kids levy, first passed in 2015. The county has enthusiastically shared its successes, but a closer look reveals that there's more to the story.
These Washington state teens think students deserve voting rights on the state’s highest educational board
Caring for the environment helps South King County kids recovering from trauma or hardship find a sense of purpose
Ojai boarding school strips former head's name from campus after sexual abuse report
The Thacher School will remove the name of its former head of school from campus. The move is part of a series of steps following a report last month that detailed decades of allegations of student sexual misconduct, harassment and "boundary crossing" by faculty members of the elite school.
Teaching: The Support Instructors Will Need This Fall
Teaching-center directors share their thoughts on what help professors will need for the coming semester and describe their plans to help.
Bay Area high schools report increase in failed grades during pandemic
Grading policies changed, state bill adopted to help students who struggled to complete assignments during virtual year.
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