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Summer Music Festival, Camp, and School Seeks Development Manager

The Walden School (waldenschool.org) seeks a Development Manager to join the School’s dynamic, fun, and collegial San Francisco-based administrative team. The Development Manager, with the Executive Director and Board’s Development Committee, helps lead the School’s annual fund and overall development effort. The ideal candidate is highly collaborative, exceptionally organized, has excellent persuasive written and oral communication skills (including communicating in email/online, letter, teleph...
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America's bus-driver 'shortage' isn't new: It's due to years of underfunding, and it's putting kids at risk.

OLIVIER DOULIERY/AFP via Getty Images The current school year brought national stories about bus-driver "shortages." But as economists would argue: When employers raise wages, industry shortages disappear. After years of underfunding education and school transportation, that's what states need to do. This is an opinion column. The thoughts expressed are those of the author. Dr. Stephen Owens is a senior policy analyst at the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute. See more stories on I...
Tags: School, New York, America, Trends, Georgia, Getty Images, Pennsylvania, Associated Press, Stephen, University Of Georgia, Olivier Douliery, Georgia Budget and Policy Institute, Stephen Owens, Getty Images Those, Ben Hasty, MediaNews Group Reading Eagle


Mississippi 1st Grader Recovering After Being Shot at School

A first grade student in Mississippi will spend weeks in a wheelchair after he was shot when another child was playing with a gun at school.
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I'm a school-bus driver. I love my job, but nationwide driver shortages mean I've never been more exhausted.

Ms. Andie, a California bus driver. Courtesy of Ms. Andie (front), Ben Hasty/MediaNews Group/Reading Eagle via Getty Images (back) The US has a shortage of school-bus drivers, putting even more pressure on the ones already working. One driver, who goes by Ms. Andie, described how expectations have gone up and driver numbers down. But Ms. Andie still loves the job. This is their story, as told to freelance writer Lu Gonzalez. See more stories on Insider's business page. Ms. Andie is a ...
Tags: Transportation, School, News, Education, California, US, Trends, Economy, Getty Images, United States, School Bus, Johnny, Susie, Andie, Personal Essay, Personal Essays


The National School Boards Association asks the Biden administration for help dealing with escalating 'threats and violence' at school board meetings

People demonstrate at an emergency meeting of the Brevard County, Florida School Board on Monday to discuss whether face masks in local schools should be mandatory. Paul Hennessy/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images The National School Board Association asked the Biden administration for help dealing with increased threats. School board meetings have become the epicenter of a culture war over the coronavirus in recent months. The organization requested assistance from federal law enfor...
Tags: School, Politics, Virginia, America, Trends, Fbi, Secret Service, Biden, Doj, Garcia, School Board, CRT, Paul Hennessy, Slaven, Biden Administration, National School Boards Association


Below The Radar: Counseling Not Criminalization in Schools Act

Take Action Time to Act United States – -(AmmoLand.com)- Legislation doesn’t have to mention firearms to have the potential to deliver a substantial hit to our Second Amendment rights. In fact, one bill has no mention of firearms at all, but could lead to serious attacks on our rights as a consequence of the policy it would form. The Counseling Not Criminalization in Schools Act, known as S 2125 and HR 4011 in the Senate and House of Representatives, respectively, pose a hidden but near-exist...
Tags: School, Guns, Congress, Senate, Massachusetts, Reagan, Bloomberg, House, Connecticut, House Of Representatives, Gun Rights, Second Amendment, Sandy Hook Elementary School, Columbine, Harold, Broward County


With board vote rekindling issue, LAUSD community continues to debate role of school police

Three days into the new school year, on Aug. 18, a Los Angeles Unified teacher reportedly was struck in the face while attempting to break up a fight between two students at Cleveland High School. Two weeks later, the Los Angeles School Police Department reported that staff at Taft High School had recovered 22 Xanax pills and a four-inch blade from a student following a fight. And earlier this month, a 17-year-old student was shot in the leg during a fight outside the Santee Education Complex. S...
Tags: School, News, Education, Police, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, New Jersey, Lausd, Taylor, Black, Ucla, University Of Southern California, Santa Monica, Perez, Santee


An in-person bar mitzvah for Chris Christie's nephew led to several positive COVID-19 cases at a New Jersey middle school

Chris Christie. AP/Mel Evans A New Jersey middle school switched to remote learning for a day after several positive COVID-19 cases surfaced, some of which may have been caused by a bar mitzvah. The bar mitzvah was held for former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's 13-year-old nephew. The school is planning to resume in-person learning by Monday, the superintendent said. See more stories on Insider's business page. Several middle-school students who attended a bar mitzvah for the nep...
Tags: School, Post, Politics, Chris Christie, News, Trends, New Jersey, Christie, Newark New Jersey, Bar Mitzvah, Outbreaks, Mendham Township, Coronavirus, Yelena Dzhanova, COVID-19, COVID


An in-person bar mitzvah for Chris Christie's nephew led to a COVID-19 outbreak and shut down a New Jersey middle school

Chris Christie. AP/Mel Evans A New Jersey middle school abruptly closed after a COVID-19 outbreak caused by a bar mitzvah, the New York Post reported. The bar mitzvah was held for former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's 13-year-old nephew. The school is planning to resume in-person learning by Monday, Constantino said. See more stories on Insider's business page. A bar mitzvah held for the nephew of former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie forced a middle school to close down after se...
Tags: School, Post, New York Post, Politics, Chris Christie, News, Trends, New Jersey, Christie, Newark New Jersey, Bar Mitzvah, Outbreaks, Mendham Township, Coronavirus, Yelena Dzhanova, COVID-19


Japanese Man Arrested for Waving Knife in Front of Elementary School

Yet another deranged man in Japan has been apprehended by police after it was learned he was swinging a kitchen knife around whilst in front of the gates to an elementary school, the twisted criminal explaining he had some sort of grudge against the innocent children. Kyoto police arrested the 30-year-old unemployed man from Kyoto […]
Tags: School, Japan, Crime, Children, Cameras, Knives, Anime, Kyoto, Waving Knife in Front of Elementary School


“First Ever” Manga Studies Department Forming at Kumamoto High School

Young students who adore manga and have considered making a career out of it might now have an easier time establishing a foothold in the industry as a high school in Kumamoto Prefecture is opening a “manga studies” department, said to be the “first ever” for a Japanese high school and certain to have many […]
Tags: School, Education, Artists, Anime, Announcements, Manga, Kumamoto, Kumamoto Prefecture, Mangaka, Kumamoto High School


Apple's Back to School Promotion Might Hint at Date of October Apple Event

Apple will be hosting a virtual event tomorrow that is expected to revolve around the iPhone 13, Apple Watch Series 7, and third-generation AirPods. With new Mac and iPad models also rumored to be on the horizon, Apple reportedly plans to hold at least one additional event before the end of the year, and the company's annual Back to School promotion could provide a clue as to when the next event might take place. Specifically, on September 15 of last year, Apple extended its Back to School pr...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Europe, School, Mac, Bloomberg, Back To School, Rumors, Mark Gurman


Recruitment in National Institute of Open Schooling 2021

Sarkari Naukri Recruitment in National Institute of Open Schooling National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) invites online applications in the prescribed format for recruitment to the following various Sarkari Naukri vacancy posts on a direct / deputation basis for the year 2021. (Advertisement No.: NIOS/RC/01/2021) ( = || []).push({}); NIOS is an "Open School" to cater to the needs of a heterogeneous group of learners up to pre-degree... Please Click on t...
Tags: School, Jobs, Director, Officer, Assistant, Noida, Manisha, National Institute, Sarkari Naukri, Superintendent, NIOS, Stenographer Vacancy, HotJob, Section Officer, Group-C, Group-B


Child deaths from COVID double in Florida as cases among children climb across the country

Kids in masks returning to school Los Angeles Times Child mortality from COVID rose 140% from the end of July to early September, Politico first reported. COVID cases are down compared to earlier in the summer, but children make up about a quarter of new weekly cases. Health experts are worried about child COVID cases and deaths rising into the fall as schools go back in-session. See more stories on Insider's business page. Florida's COVID-19 response took a hit this week as the nu...
Tags: School, Florida, Politics, Kids, News, Cdc, US, Trends, Gop, Healthcare, US Senate, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, AAP, American Academy of Pediatrics, Ron DeSantis, US Department of Education


Super Cheap! Disposable Face Masks – Pack of 50 {Amazon}

  Another Super Deal on Amazon! We need masks for Back to School, so why not stock up at this amazing price! Get these Disposable Face Masks – Pack of 50 for this super low price! Ships for free with Amazon Prime or orders over $25. For Even More Awesome Online Deals
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A small school district made national news defying Texas' ban on mask mandates. Its leaders don't regret it.

kali9/Getty Images Some Texas school districts, like Paris ISD, recently defied Gov. Greg Abbott's ban on mask mandates. The move comes as students return to in-person classes and the COVID-19 Delta variant moves across the US. Paris ISD has masks in its dress code, and hasn't yet had any troubles enforcing the rule. See more stories on Insider's business page. In August, Paris ISD, an eight-school district in the 24,000-person town of Paris, Texas, made national news for inst...
Tags: School, Politics, Texas, Education, Trends, Paris, Abbott, Greg Abbott, Paris Texas, Texas Supreme Court, Bexar County, COVID-19, BI-freelancer, Contributor 2019, Mask Mandate, School Districts


A Texas school district is temporarily closing after 2 teachers died from COVID-19 within days of each other

Connally Independent School District students arrive for classes on Monday, April 22, 2013, in Waco, Texas. AP Photo/Charlie Riedel Two teachers at a Texas junior high school died from COVID-19 within a matter of days. Connally Independent School District shut down through the Labor Day weekend following the second death. The temporary shut down comes as the amid a surge of cases following the start of the school year. See more stories on Insider's business page. A Texas school distric...
Tags: School, Texas, News, Trends, Cases, Teachers, Healthcare, Holt, McCormick, Waco Texas, Charlie Riedel, Tribune Herald, KCEN, Waco Tribune Herald, David McCormick, Coronavirus


A Texas school district is temporarily closing after 2 teachers died from COVID-13 within days of each other

Connally Independent School District students arrive for classes on Monday, April 22, 2013, in Waco, Texas. AP Photo/Charlie Riedel Two teachers at a Texas junior high school died from COVID-19 within a matter of days. Connally Independent School District shut down through the Labor Day weekend following the second death. The temporary shut down comes as the amid a surge of cases following the start of the school year. See more stories on Insider's business page. A Texas school distric...
Tags: School, Texas, News, Trends, Cases, Teachers, Healthcare, Holt, McCormick, Waco Texas, Charlie Riedel, Tribune Herald, KCEN, Waco Tribune Herald, David McCormick, Coronavirus


More than 2 dozen California students were left behind in Afghanistan following the final US flight out of the country

Taliban take control of Hamid Karzai International Airport after the completion of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, in Kabul, Afghanistan on August 31, 2021. Wali Sabawoon/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images More than two dozen students from two school districts in California are stuck in Afghanistan following the final US flight out of the country earlier this week.Officials from the Sacramento-area San Juan Unified school district told the Sacramento Bee on Tuesday that at least 24 stude...
Tags: School, News, Students, California, US, International, Sacramento, Trends, Afghanistan, Taliban, San Diego, KABUL Afghanistan, Sacramento Bee, KGTV, Hamid Karzai International Airport, Cajon Valley Union School District


Teacher arrested at Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks

Los Angeles detectives who investigate child abuse and sex crimes against children arrested a teacher at Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks last week, police said. The teacher has not yet been identified. But administrators at the high school said in a statement that the teacher worked there for 15 years. The teacher was arrested on Thursday, Aug. 26, according to the statement. School officials reached Tuesday declined to name the teacher or speak about the arrest beyond the statement. A sp...
Tags: School, Crime, News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Lapd, Sherman Oaks, Notre dame High School, KNX, Lagana, Top Stories LADN, Sam Lagana, Crime and Public Safety


LAUSD teachers union seeks student vaccine mandate, quarantine of entire classrooms in early grades

If the union representing teachers in Los Angeles Unified has its way, all students in the district would be required to get vaccinated against the coronavirus within 12 weeks of becoming age eligible, with exemptions made on medical or religious grounds. And should even one person in an early education or TK-6 classroom test positive for the virus, the entire class would immediately go into quarantine. That’s according to a counter-proposal United Teachers Los Angeles submitted to the district ...
Tags: Health, School, News, Education, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Lausd, Local News, Daily News, LA County, United Teachers Los Angeles, UTLA, Nick Melvoin, Top Stories LADN


‘Generational catastrophe’ — Motshekga sounds alarm on missed school

The basic education department has clearly outlined why school must not be skipped The post ‘Generational catastrophe’ — Motshekga sounds alarm on missed school appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: School, Education, Unions, South Africa, World Bank, Primary, Motshekga, Angie Motshekga, Department of Basic Education, Pandemic, Top Six, COVID-19, Martin Gustafsson


The US Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights is investigating 5 states over mask bans

A sign reads 'Please wear a face mask' in a classroom. The US Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights is investigating five states over indoor mask bans. The office is investigating mask bans in Iowa, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Utah. Officials are looking into whether or not the mask bans prevent students with disabilities who are at a heightened risk for COVID-19. from "safely accessing in-person education." See more stories on Insider's business ...
Tags: School, Utah, Politics, US, Trends, Arizona, State, Department, Suzanne Goldberg, Department of Education s Office for Civil Rights, Face Masks, Kelly McLaughlin, Coronavirus, COVID-19, COVID, Miguel Cardona


Child’s Play: Kids Exposed to Toy Guns Aren’t Prone to Violence

The NRA reports that children exposed to toy guns aren’t more prone to violence. IMG NRA-ILA U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- As part of the campaign to stigmatize firearms and legitimate firearm owners, gun control advocates and their allies on the left have targeted anything that resembles or is used as a proxy for a gun – partially chewed  pop tarts ,  fingers  (a “level 2 lookalike firearm”),  Halloween costume  props, and  ordinary toys . There are more examples than we could possibly list in this...
Tags: School, Guns, Lego, Nra, IMG, Gun Rights News, NRA-ILA, Institute for Legislative Action ILA, National Rifle Association of America ILA, Michael G Thompson


Executive Director – Louisville Ballet

Louisville Ballet is one of the oldest continuously operating ballet companies in the country and serves as the official state ballet of Kentucky. Originally founded as a civic ballet in 1952, Louisville Ballet has steadily grown to become one of the nation’s leading regional ballet companies and has worked with some of ballet’s brightest lights, including Mikhail Baryshnikov, Twyla Tharp, and Wendy Whelan, among many others. The company is currently led by Artistic Director Robert Curran who ha...
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Two dozen California students are stuck in Afghanistan as the August 31 deadline to evacuate approaches

US soldiers stand guard as Afghan people wait to board a US military aircraft to leave Afghanistan, at the military airport in Kabul on August 19, 2021. Photo by SHAKIB RAHMANI/AFP via Getty Images Two dozen San Diego students are stuck in Afghanistan, according to The Los Angeles Times. The president of the school board said the students had plane tickets to leave, but didn't make it to the airport. A Taliban spokesperson said Tuesday that the US had 8 days to finish its evacuation b...
Tags: School, News, California, White House, US, International, Trends, Department Of Defense, Afghanistan, Taliban, San Diego, Kabul, International Rescue Committee, Darrell Issa, Times, Los Angeles Times


Good Questions for Kids

Never be at a loss with things to talk about with these good questions for kids! Printable after school questions for kids find out a little bit more about how your child’s day went and how they are feeling. Good questions will help you hear something other than usual “good,” “fine” or “ok” answers. If ... Read More about Good Questions for Kids The post Good Questions for Kids appeared first on Skip To My Lou.
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New education certificate could help limit school dropouts

To be effective, the General Education Certificate must plug gaps, not create new ones The post New education certificate could help limit school dropouts appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: School, Education, Unemployment, South Africa, Job Seekers, Openaccess, Dropout, Department of Basic Education, GEC, TVET, Top Six, Learner, Matric, Technical And Vocational Education And Training, General Education Certificate, National Qualifications Framework


A complete 2021 back-to-school supply list for K-12, including remote and in-classroom learning essentials

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Johnce/Getty Images We've compiled a school supply list full of everything students need for a successful school year. From elementary through high school, here are the best backpacks, remote learning supplies, and more. We also included essential hygiene products for kids, including face masks and hand sanitizer. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Every year, kids get a school supply list filled ...
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Weekend Event Guide: Bike the Strike, ride the Green Loop, sturgeon, a slow roll, and more!

(Photo: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland) Hi everyone! I know there is not a single bicycle on the photo above. It was actually taken during the Youth vs. ODOT rally that happened yesterday. The thing is, I’ve noticed a couple of the events this weekend have gone around the concepts of advocacy, solidarity, acceptance, celebration of diversity and conservation of our planet — and it makes me believe that a better world is possible. And it also has amazed me since my arrival in Portland earlier thi...
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