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Court rules on allegation that Seabreeze High School excluded a student with Down syndrome

Lance Avery plays the drums for mom Anni Suadi and friend Rilea Jackson, Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2022. A judge sided with Volusia County Schools regarding a complaint filed by an Ormond Beach parent alleging the district and Seabreeze High School unfairly excluded her son, who has Down syndrome, and denied his electives. The final order […]

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A Congresswoman’s 18-Month Fight For A Neglected Tribal School Just Paid Off

WASHINGTON – Buried in the 4,155-page omnibus spending bill unveiled in the Senate on Tuesday is a single sentence that’s likely to go unnoticed by almost everyone – except the freshman congresswoman who fought for it with everything she had for the last year and a half. “For an additional amount for ‘Education Construction,’ $90,465,000,

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NY state officials want schools to say how they are teaching the Holocaust

This article was produced as part of JTA’s Teen Journalism Fellowship, a program that works with teens across the world to report on issues that impact their lives. (JTA) — Sasha Bandler and Josh Davis feel lucky to have learned about the Holocaust directly from survivors, but this wasn’t part of any formal education. The

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Prizker names Isoye chair of the Illinois State Board of Education.

Former Niles Township High School District 219 Superintendent Steven Isoye has been named chairman of the Illinois State Board of Education by Governor JB Pritzker, according to a statement from the governor’s office. Isoye, who served as superintendent of District 219 high schools from July 2016 through June 30, said he was honored with the

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Gov. Wolf celebrates education investments over past 8 years

Gov. Tom Wolf joined educators, elected officials and students at Aliquippa High School to tout the $3.7 billion investments in public education over his eight years in office.“The future of Pennsylvania, the future of our country, it runs through places like this,” Wolf said Thursday. “It runs through Aliquippa High.” Wolf said this investment started

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Some Newport News parents voice concerns over ‘learning cottages’ at Heritage High School

A Newport News Public Schools spokesperson said the trailers were added “to accommodate the addition of another grade level this school year.” NEWPORT NEWS, Va. — Some parents in Newport News are voicing safety concerns over a new addition to their children’s school. A parent sent 13News Now photos of a trailer unit behind the

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