education in the news this week

Oregon education guide encourages schools to hide students’ gender identity from parents

Oregon education officials released a guide Thursday on how schools should deal with gender ideology following “dehumanizing media coverage against gender-affirming education.” The 48-page guide released by the Oregon Department of Education, titled “Supporting Gender Expansive Students, Guidance for Schools,” also encourages schools not to inform parents of their child’s gender identity. “To the extent […]

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Ohio Senate OKs shift in oversight of education to governor

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The latest proposal to give Ohio’s governor more power overseeing K-12 education cleared the Republican-led state Senate on Wednesday despite objections that lawmakers are rushing legislation to significantly change decision-making about academic standards, model curricula and school district ratings, among other things. Oversight of the state’s education department would shift to

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Jazz For Teens Education Program Celebrates 25 Years Of Impacting Thousands Of Young Musicians

Spring semester January 21-May 13, 2023, every Saturday @ 10:00 am-5:00 pm Special 25th anniversary performance May 13, 2023. The New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC), the state’s anchor cultural institution, celebrates 25 years of offering thousands of high schoolers from Newark and beyond music lessons and performance experiences through its popular TD Jazz for

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“Everyone is invited”: You can take dozens of free courses at UBC

Is there an area of ​​study you’ve always wanted to dive into? Business? Software development? Writing? Phycology? No, that’s not a typo. It’s actually the study of algae. Now is your chance as UBC is offering free online courses in a variety of subjects thanks to a collaboration between the university and an online learning

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Alberta education minister appoints commissioner regulating teachers

Article content Alberta Education Minister Adriana LaGrange has appointed lawyer Julia Sproule as the province’s first teaching profession commissioner. Article content A Wednesday cabinet order made official Sproule’s five-year term starting Jan. 1. The Alberta Teachers’ Association (ATA) will no longer be in charge of professional discipline and Sproule will oversee a new complaint process

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New online platform helps connect parents with teachers of their choice

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! A recent report from the Department of Education showed that the reading and math levels of students across the nation declined during the first two years of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, a new online platform is offering parents a solution to help their kids with their unfinished

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