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Though no raids have been carried out at schools so far, officials across the country are offering guidance on how to prepare should that change.
The Ohio education department determined that nine full-time online charter schools overstated their enrollment. The schools say the state's methods are "blatantly unfair."
While campus leaders expressed relief at some provisions of the revised executive order, they worried that the overall impact would be to deter top international scholars from coming to the United States.
Schools in Alexandria will be out Wednesday after 300 staff members requested day off.
A renowned educational psychologist looks at the numbers.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos last week called historically black colleges and universities “pioneers” of school choice. Black students didn't go to them by choice; they weren't allowed in white schools.
Supreme Court's decision to pass on transgender bathroom case leaves schools, parents without answers
School officials and others had hoped that the court would provide clarity on the issue.
Critics fear the move will let schools that fail to serve marginalized children avoid scrutiny
The Anti-Defamation League has tracked 104 incidents it describes as white supremacist on campuses this academic year, far more than in past years.
The districts, in Virginia and North Carolina, anticipate not having enough teachers on Wednesday, which will be a nationwide day of protest.