Colorado teachers are expected to head to the state capitol on Thursday and Friday to call for more K-12 funding.
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Dallas Dance led Baltimore County School from 2012 until he abruptly resigned in April 2017.
Thousands of students streamed out of their classes on Friday for the second mass school walkout since the school shooting in Parkland, Fla., to protest gun violence.
Two principals and a superintendent who've experienced gun violence in their schools called for more money for mental health and training on trauma-informed care, positive behavior intervention and support for school staff districts in the aftermath of a school shooting.
The school system is the second-largest employer in Shelby County, Tenn., and many of the employees who would benefit from the wage increase, such as teaching assistants and nutrition workers, are parents.
The agreement stems from a class-action civil rights lawsuit filed against the Flint schools, Michigan education department and the Genessee County Intermediate School District.
Funding for one, along with teacher morale and attendance, according to a new survey by MCH Strategic Data.
Former Montana state schools chief Denise Juneau will take the helm in Seattle, where she will be the city's third superintendent in six years. Juneau, the daughter of educators, was the first Native American woman elected to statewide office in the nation's history.
About 500 people submitted their names or were nominated for one of the nine spots on the new Philadelphia school board, the first to oversee the district since the state seized control in 2001.
Tulsa Superintendent Deborah Gist is backing the teacher walkouts in her state to push lawmakers for higher pay for teachers, support staff, and more funding for public schools. She said Tulsa's schools will remain closed for as long as teachers are out.
While spending on K-12 overall will go up in the recently signed federal budget, a small grant program to help recruit, coach, and mentor principals and assistant principals in high-need districts was eliminated.