The Prince George’s County Public School System notified employees on Friday evening of a possible security breach involving employees’ personal data.
“Your personal information may have been potentially exposed to others,” Deputy Superintendent Monique W. Davis wrote in anemail. “Please be assured we have taken every step necessary to address the incident, and that we are committed to fully protectingall of the information that you have entrusted to us.”Read full article >>
This will come as no surprise to anyone who has followed Texas and its textbook adoption saga: The Republican majority on the Texas Board of Education overrode Democratic members’ concerns on Friday and approved about 90 social studies textbooks, workbooks and other instructional materials, some of which have been criticized as being inaccurate and biased.
One Texas newspaper said the only “happy face” in the board room was that of a member of the Sikh community, which was delighted that their religion was being included in textbooks for the first time.Read full article >>
A new report on Adam Lanza, who fatally shot 20 children and six educators at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., in 2012, says that the public schools he attended “unwittingly” enabled Lanza’s mother to “accommodate and appease” her son through a “lack of attention to social-emotional support” and by allowing him to study independently on the assumption that he was gifted, when, in fact, he wasn’t.Read full article >>