State Superintendent of Education Cade Brumley told lawmakers Tuesday more than 70,000 Louisiana students remain out of school because of Hurricane Ida, which made landfall Aug. 29.
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The Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education has voted to cancel public-school letter grades for the 2020-21 school year, which State Superintendent of Education Cade Brumley called a “sensitive issue.”
Out are halves; in are quarters. Out are penalty strokes; in are more dynamic shootouts. Coaches are responding with ways to work within those new rules.
New Jersey taxpayers are footing the bill for a new high school in Perth Amboy that officials say will alleviate overcrowding.
The crowd wandering around Poydras Street before the New Orleans Saints hosted the New York Giants was as anxious as it was curious and tense in returning to the Caesars Superdome. It was a heartbreaking loss for the team but an uplifting win for the Gulf South region.
"Between this and the delta variant and so many other things, it's almost worse than the previous year."
Richard Antoine White grew up in the Sandtown area of Baltimore. Today, he plays tuba for the New Mexico Philharmonic and has written a memoir, “I’m Possible: A Story of Survival, a Tuba, and the Small Miracle of a Big Dream," that will be released Oct. 5.
Naismith Hall of Famer Earl Monroe and award-winning filmmaker Dan Klorees have launched the Earl Monroe New Renaissance Basketball School, the first specialty high school for basketball, but not for the playing of the game.
Jay O’Neal, an eighth-grade social studies teacher in West Virginia, is an unusually jovial man, someone who punctuates every conversation with hearty laughter. But when he talks about the school year, his tone turns somber. “So far, this year has been worse than last year, which I never thought was going to be possible,” he told me. O’Neal has been teaching in person for the better part of the past year, and he believes pandemic-era schooling has reached a new low.
A school board in northern Michigan plans to send a protest over sportsmanship following a soccer player’s 16-goal record-setting game against a winless team