Voters to Decide School Questions, School Board Notes, 9/12/23
NEW JERSEY EDUCATION NEWS
Asbury Park Press
Asbury Park will get sucked into a vicious circle if state school aid keeps dropping, leaders say, as weaker schools force out families.
The state-funded school at 518 36th St. — between Kennedy Boulevard and Bergenline Avenue — is expected to open in fall 2025, welcoming students in grades seven through nine.
The meeting went late into the night, as parents and educators spoke out.
Many advocates say there is a teen mental health epidemic, fueled by social media and online bullying.
Hunterdon Central is one of 50 schools selected to receive staff training over the next three years by participating in a state mental health services project in partnership with the Rutgers
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NATIONAL EDUCATION NEWS
Students’ misbehavior has become one of educators’ top concerns.
Here are five simple ideas to help administrators survive their first year.
Some districts are assigning students to virtual learning as a punishment for misbehavior.
The hearing included one Republican senator reading sexually explicit passages.
Teacher preparation programs have a long way to go in preparing prospective educators to teach with technology, according to a report released September 12 by the International Society for Technology in Education.
But a new study suggests that getting more young people to vote could increase their parents’ political participation, too, paying dividends across generations.
The Department of Education is putting a marketing campaign for its new income-driven student loan repayment plan into overdrive, amid mounting criticism from the right – and some on the left.
New York Times
We’re in a ‘moment of really acute crisis’ for the profession.