A US school district faces legal action after shutting down a student newspaper for publishing a handful of pro-LGBTQ2S+ articles. On August 29, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) sent a five-page letter demanding that Northwestern Public Schools in Grand Island, Nebraska, allow the the viking saga to resume publicationRead More →

Student-athletes from men’s and women’s cross-country, football, women’s rugby, volleyball, and men’s and women’s soccer shared how they are preparing for the fall season. by Lanie Everett | 08/31/22 02:05 Source: Courtesy of Natalie Shapiro This article is featured in the Freshman 2022 special issue. Student-athletes from Dartmouth’s cross country,Read More →

Working while pursuing an academic career is a common practice among students, who sometimes finance their studies, support their families or complete an internship to help them further strengthen their skills. European countries have some of the most favorable laws, as a student is allowed to work while pursuing theirRead More →

Lawyers for America’s oldest Jewish university on Monday asked the Supreme Court to intervene in a case pitting its understanding of the Hebrew scriptures against a state court order requiring the school to grant official recognition to an on-campus gay pride group. Yeshiva University, whose main campus is on Manhattan’sRead More →

Established in 1964 by the U.S. Department of Labor, Job Corps offers an 8- to 24-month hands-on vocational and academic training program in more than 100 professional technical fields such as healthcare, construction, finance, and transportation. For 58 years, the program has served more than 2 million people, providing freeRead More →

August 26, 2022 Initial information provided by the Federal Government. Posted in: Announcements, Featured News, Red Hawk Central, Red Hawk News Debt relief information and details are evolving, but we can share basic information as we know it now: Federal Student Aid and the Biden-Harris administration announced loan forgiveness plansRead More →

A surprise appearance by the Bethlehem city attorney Wednesday night at a preliminary zoning hearing prompted a sudden request for a postponement by the developer’s attorney. The city intended to oppose the project at the meeting, according to Michael Santanasto, attorney for the developer. He said he wanted more timeRead More →

LEXINGTON, Kentucky (August 24, 2022) — Lucas Bertucci, a chemical engineering graduate from the University of Kentucky in Louisville, Kentucky, was named the first recipient of the university’s Lee T. Todd, Jr. Student Innovation Scholarship. The Lee T. Todd, Jr. Student Innovation Scholarship is a unique undergraduate research scholarship providedRead More →

FOLSOM, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–August 23, 2022– PowerSchool (NYSE: PWSC), the leading provider of cloud-based software for K-12 education in North America, today announced Sonoma Valley Unified School District (SVUSD) in Sonoma, CA selected PowerSchool Unified Classroom® Performance Matters and PowerSchool Unified Insights™ to improve the assessment and reporting skills of studentsRead More →

FOLSOM, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–PowerSchool (NYSE: PWSC), the leading provider of cloud-based software for K-12 education in North America, today announced Sonoma Valley Unified School District (SVUSD) in Sonoma, CA selected PowerSchool Unified Classroom® Performance Matters and PowerSchool Unified Insights™ to improve the assessment and reporting skills of students in the district.Read More →

Fall 2022 International Student Services Update Please take a moment to read the following updates to our opening hours, schedule and student immigration counseling procedures so that we can help you in the most efficient way. Advise Immigration coordinators will be available to 15-minute CarmenZoom counseling appointment Monday to FridayRead More →

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) — The Nevada Attorney General’s Office has released new findings after a review of November’s Kappa Sigma fight night that led to the death of UNLV student Nathan Valencia. The report detailed three key findings, including that the police investigation was too narrow in scope andRead More →

The Humanities Division, Social Sciences Division, Crown School, and Divinity School will cover student services fees for all doctoral degrees. students starting in the fall 2022 term. Beginning next fall term, graduate students will no longer be required to pay the Student Services Fee. Tuesday’s announcement came after a yearRead More →

GSU members ask graduates to withhold student services fees in protest Although it constantly asserts that graduates are not workers, the University of Chicago pays doctoral students to take courses, teach, conduct research, host events, and more each term. And every term, like clockwork, graduate students must pay a portionRead More →

In response to overall student well-being and a desire to improve school safety, expanding student support services has been a priority for schools across the country. Vienna High School was able to achieve this goal in several areas and was awarded an additional grant that will allow the district toRead More →

Trigger Warning: The following article contains sensitive information that may be traumatic/offensive/disturbing to certain audiences. In a shocking incident, a 23-year-old student from Kurukshetra, Haryana ended his life by jumping into the Narwana side channel over the alleged delay in obtaining a visa for Canada . However, his visa arrivedRead More →

A registered sex offender was arrested after he attempted to sexually assault a 10-year-old girl inside McAuliffe Elementary School in Riverside on Friday, police said. Logan Nighswonger, 32, was being held without bail at the Robert Presley Detention Center for attempted sexual acts with a child under 10 and aRead More →

POSITION TITLE: Coordinator of the Anishinaabe Student Success Program and Cultural Social EventsStaff Bargaining Unit DEPARTMENT: Anishinaabe Academic Resource Center (AARC)POSITION STATUS: Full-time (35 hours/week), temporary for one year OSSTF Support Staff UnionSUPERVISION RECEIVED: Manager, Indigenous Community Relations, Training and DevelopmentEXERCISED SUPERVISION: Student assistants, Volunteers JOB SUMMARY: Under the directionRead More →

With Penn State’s fall semester classes beginning Monday, students begin returning to campus and off-campus apartments this week. The influx of people and vehicles means the temporary traffic pattern is changing on-campus parking restrictions to accommodate the influx of vehicles and drop-offs. Traffic pattern changes • Calder Way is one-wayRead More →

LOCK HAVEN PA — The varsity athlete designations presented by the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference at Lock Haven have been awarded to four Collegeville residents, two from Harleysville and Limerick, and one from Pottstown, Royersford, Schwenksville and Green Lane, the organization recently announced. A record 4,144 athletic scholars were recognizedRead More →

Publication date: August 12, 2022 4:39 p.m.Author: Texas AFT The House Public Education Committee met Tuesday to hear public and guest testimony regarding the implementation of HB 3906, as well as progress on recommendations from the 2016 Commission on Assessments and Accountability for the upcoming generation. HB 3906, from theRead More →

The Graduate Student Council (GSC) undertook initiatives to address UG2 mail delivery issues, housing allocation protocol, and the graduate housing shortage during the July 14 summer meetings and of August 4. Advisers also considered supporting a student-led initiative advocating for Stanford’s disaffiliation from firearms. manufacturing. Following a meeting with ExecutiveRead More →

Rhee Shin Hyung The author is a professor in the Department of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering at Seoul National University and President of the Society of Naval Architects of Korea. The United States sent its most advanced naval frigate to Japan and Joseon in Korea in the mid-19th centuryRead More →

Area students excel in higher education university graduates Priscilla Sanchez, Ocala, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, Bachelor of Science, Community and Environmental Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison Calvin Neal, Ocala, Associate of Arts, Liberal Arts and Sciences with Honors, Rochester Community and Technical College Meals in complete safety:Marion County RestaurantRead More →

From registering for classes, to understanding your tuition and fees, to preparing for graduation, and more, the extensive student services website provides solid resources to support your experience. student at Stanford – at your fingertips. Explore self-help guides, easy-to-follow checklists, important academic and billing dates, and answers to common questions,Read More →

A global market study examines the performance of the “Student Response System Market» 2022-2030. Valuable insights are provided here on a particular market segment based on product type, application, region type and end user. This Student Response System Market study functions as the best assessment tool for tracking industry progressRead More →

August 4, 2022 Seton LaSalle Catholic High School (Mt. Lebanon/City area of ​​Pittsburgh) will have a full-time Student Support Services Coordinator position open for the 2022-2023 school year. The Student Support Services Coordinator develops, organizes and implements a comprehensive intervention program for students experiencing academic, emotional, behavioral and/or social difficultiesRead More →

NATICK, MA — Natick Public Schools announced two promotions this week, elevating two existing district employees to new roles. Here’s more from a Natick press release: Natick Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Anna P. Nolin announced the promotions of Timothy Luff from Assistant Superintendent and Director of Student Services Erin MillerRead More →

The Long Beach Community College District (LBCCD) Board of Trustees recently approved the selection of Dr. Nohel C. Corral as Executive Vice President/Vice President of Student Services and Dr. Raymond “Chip” West as as the new Vice President of Business Services. for Long Beach City College (LBCC). “Dr. Corral hasRead More →

Although fewer and fewer international students are coming to the United States, their numbers continue to increase at Canadian universities. In the United States, international students pay higher tuition than in-state students and do not receive federal aid. In the 2018-2019 academic year, more than one million international students contributedRead More →