IIMC students call off hunger strike against fee hike
In a statement, the students said the last date for submission of second semester fees has been extended upto March 31, 2020, or till the finalisation of the new fee structure, whichever is later.
Couple alleges school denied admission to son for not filling religion column; Kerala edu dept seeks report
California students sued because they were such poor readers. They just won $53 million to help them
Two years ago, a group of students and their teachers sued the state of California for doing a poor job teaching kids how to read — 53% of California third-graders did not meet state test standards that year, and scores have increased incrementally since.
50 Years Later, Black Protesters Return to College to Be Heard
A gathering at the University of Mississippi offers a chance to heal the wounds left by mass arrests at a peaceful demonstration in 1970.
Half of Seattle’s public high school seniors applied for city’s free community college program this year
The number surpassed the goal of 1,360 applications that city officials set for the recently program, which launched as a pilot in six high schools in 2018.
Sudden resignation of two Seattle-area Catholic school teachers stirs protests over church stance on same-sex relationships
We know thousands of King County students leave high school without a diploma. Now we’re starting to learn why.
“Perspectives” Celebration Honors Black History Month
February is Black History Month, and Brigham Young University holds a yearly celebration called “Perspectives” to honor the historic month. In this Upbeat segment, Cameron and Maddie meet with the Black Student Union president, Deborah Alexis, to talk more about “Perspectives.” The post “Perspectives” Celebration Honors Black History Month appeared first on The Daily Universe .
New Mexico Sues Google Over Children’s Privacy Violations
The lawsuit says that Google, the top tech brand in public schools, used its educational products to spy on students.