The wisdom of arming teachers in our classrooms is still a hot debate, but school boards still have to follow state and federal laws.
Hurricane Florence and remnants thereof have left broad sections of the Carolinas and Virginia reeling in the aftermath.
Hurricane Florence makes landfall near Wilmington, NC. Evacuations and power outages are the first signs of danger.
Evacuations have been ordered along the East Coast, and Maryland’s governor declared a state of emergency to prepare for the storm.
An education journal posted rankings of states in terms of the opportunities for success their education systems offer students.
Many public school teachers say they work a 2nd job, but is it to make ends meet because we don’t pay them enough, or what?
Teacher strikes and threats of strikes range from Los Angeles to Washington state. Most are over salaries and merit a closer look.
Rahm Emanuel won’t seek a 3rd term as Chicago’s mayor. Some reforms may prove effective, but controversy surrounded him constantly.
Maryland’s governor wants his new director of Education Accountability to look into reports of corruption and other violations.
As school years get into swing, students start looking for clubs to join. Students at Niles West HS have some suggestions.