Idaho governor signs bill restricting transgender students from using bathrooms in schools

washington CNN — Idaho Republican Gov. Brad Little signed a bill this week that bans transgender students in the state from using public school restrooms that do not match their birth sex. Senate Bill 1100The bill, which went into effect July 1, requires public schools to provide students in the state with separate restrooms, locker … Read more

A shift in San Francisco politics is a warning for Asian-American voters to Democrats in 2024

CNN — Allene Jue used to vote in an easy, quick way—scanning the names on the ballot and picking the one that sounded Asian. That was before 2020. “During the pandemic, something ignited,” said Jue, a Chinese-American mother of two girls, ages 3 and 5, who lives on San Francisco’s West Side.Throughout the pandemic, Jue … Read more

More red states will help pay for private schools for all K-12 students

washington CNN — With the help of the so-called “parents’ rights” movement, more Republican-led states are changing the way they fund K-12 education, making it easier for families to use taxpayer money to send their children to private schools. Families in Iowa, Utah and Arkansas will soon be eligible to receive thousands of state dollars … Read more

Under Florida law, other states try to limit some LGBTQ discussions in schools

washington CNN — bill similar Florida’s Controversial Legislation At least 15 states are considering banning certain guidance on sexual orientation and gender identity in schools, according to data compiled by the American Civil Liberties Union and reviewed by CNN. Some of the bills go further than Florida’s law, dubbed “Don’t Talk Gay” by its critics, … Read more

Houston school takeovers more complex than red states vs. blue cities

A version of this story appeared in CNN’s What Matters newsletter.To get it in your inbox, sign up for free here. CNN — Some Facts About Texas control Houston Independent School District Make decisions seem inexplicable and unfair. consider: None of Houston ISD’s schools have failed a grade in their most recent grades State Assessmentalthough … Read more

Glenn Youngkin: Takeaways from Virginia Governor’s CNN Town Hall on Public Education

CNN — In a Republican Party now dominated by political boxers, the governor of Virginia. Glenn Youngkin Want to play the role of peacemaker. At least, that was his message to voters during a CNN town hall Thursday night, with a focus on public education. But Yankin, his 2021 Commonwealth Victory made him a national … Read more

Schools address Covid learning gaps before federal funding ends

During the coronavirus pandemic, Children’s Reading and Mathematics Ability Rates plummeted across the country. National Assessment of Educational Progress Finds Two Decades of Improvement Are wipe off. Drops are common, but Most Visible Among Students Already Struggling Long before 2020. in a race against the odds Coronavirus disease Learning gaps, billions of dollars in federal … Read more

How to Become a Digital Nomad with Kids: Working Remotely From Home

For many, the “digital nomad” lifestyle is an aspirational one — living anywhere in the world and using your laptop as your office, if your visa allows it. Forget about the daily grind of the rush hour commute. As long as you have decent Wi-Fi, just pick a coffee shop, park, or pool and get … Read more

College debt relief program in the hands of nine rich and elite

washington CNN — The Fate of President Joe Biden student loan forgiveness The scheme, which will affect a large number of borrowers from a variety of college and socioeconomic backgrounds, is in the hands of nine relatively wealthy individuals who graduated from a small group of elite private schools. When the Biden administration walks in … Read more

Brown v. Board of Education: Two Personal Stories Reveal Unforeseen Consequences of Historic Ruling

CNN — Supreme Court in Brown v. Board of Educationwhich made segregation of public schools illegal. But supervisors in Prince Edward County, Virginia, where Berryman attends public schools, have no intention of complying. Five years later, in 1959, when Berryman was expecting seventh grade, the county closed all public schools and opened a private school … Read more