Charles County (Md.) Public Schools retain 11th Amendment sovereign immunity on appeal to the 4th Circuit Court. A suit brought by bus drivers for unpaid overtime work will now be dismissed.
Articles by Paul Katula
Some people considered the selection of music at Rich East HS in Park Forest, Ill., inappropriate for the graduation ceremony, but the band has been under stress recently.
The US Congress now has three bills to consider that reauthorize the Elementary and Secondary Education Act and tweak some of the changes introduced by No Child Left Behind.
Almost every state has enacted laws designed to prevent bullying, and more lawsuits have been filed, charging school districts with negligence in protecting students under those laws.
The GRAMMY Foundation gave Neuqua Valley High School its top honor for a school last month. One trumpeter provides a clue about how the Music Department achieves at such a high level.
2 NY teachers taught a lesson about the Declaration of Independence using a large scroll modeled after the document in that it was intended to tell a government about the wrongs being inflicted on its subjects.
A bill introduced in the Senate Education Committee today would try to rewrite No Child Left Behind, but the bill faces a challenge in both chambers, as it has very little, if any, Republican support.
A 5-year-old in Calvert County, Md., was suspended for bringing a toy cap gun onto a school bus last week, following a lengthy questioning without his parents present.
A student from one of the nation’s best high school music programs, at least if the GRAMMY Foundation has anything to say about it, says her teachers make music come alive.
A history teacher in Batavia, Ill., was reprimanded for telling his students about their Fifth Amendment rights, but he may have been mistaken on a technicality.