Hundreds of Okanagan Students Perform Musical Tribute to Ukraine – Okanagan

Students from bands from 11 different schools in downtown Okanagan performed in Kelowna on Sunday, with all proceeds going towards Ukrainian relief efforts. Sunday’s musical performance at Prospera Place was the largest ever performed by the Central Okanagan School District, with 450 students performing the Canadian and Ukrainian national anthems, as well as a song … Read more

President Joe Biden Proposes to Strengthen Title IX Protections for Transgender Students – CBS Tampa

WASHINGTON DC. (CW44 News At 10 | CNN) — The Biden administration proposed Thursday to strengthen protections for transgender students under Title IX and revise controversial Trump-era guidance on how schools should handle sexual assault cases. The new rules would clarify that Title IX protections against discrimination apply to sexual orientation and gender identity and … Read more

How you can help name a new school

Rebeca McDonald / June 21, 2022 Residents get a chance to have their say on the naming of a new school in Werribee. It is currently known as Lollypop Creek Primary School and is expected to open to students in 2023. The Victorian government has opened up to feedback to find a permanent name that … Read more

46 frat brothers face hazing charges: New Hampshire cops

In this photo, a signpost is seen outside Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s international headquarters in Evanston, Illinois, on March 10, 2015. Teresa Crawford SHOVEL Forty-six brothers from the University of New Hampshire fraternity are facing charges after being accused of hazing new members, police said. University officials reported a “possible student hazing incident” that occurred in … Read more

Scary Optical Illusion Makes It Look Like A Black Hole Is Coming To Get You

A new optical illusion could trick most of us into perceiving an expanding black hole, reports new research. The image is completely static, but the researchers say it gives people “a growing sense of darkness, as if entering a space empty of light”. The illusory forward movement is probably our mind’s way of preparing us … Read more

New York Schools Ban Use of Illuminate Education Products After Massive Data Breach

The New York City Department of Education is pulling out of a software company whose data breach affected at least 820,000 public school students. On Tuesday, school principals were asked to stop using any Illuminate Education products and services at the end of this school year, according to a memo obtained by The Post. The … Read more

The cost of living crisis has totally changed the student experience

Late night followed by days of bleary-eyed reading in the library. And if you went through a Friday morning lecture, you were considered conscientious. The university world means hedonism, frivolously spending student loans and scholarships, not taking life too seriously. Or at least used to. For the young cohort now, this is not a reality. … Read more

At least two dead and others injured in a Texas elementary school shooting – CBS Tampa

UVALDE, Tx. (CW44 News At 10 | CNN) — A suspect is in custody after a shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, left at least two dead and injured more than a dozen others, including students, officials said. The Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District (UCISD) said there was an “active shooter” at Robb … Read more

Boyle Heights School hosts first-ever Career Day with first-generation Latino graduates and professionals to inspire LA students

BOYLE HEIGHTS, LOS ANGELES (KABC) — The Dolores School of Mission in Boyle Heights held its first Career Day on Saturday. Dozens of first generation 8th graders and high school students from the school community participated, including the High School Scholarship Program. They were there to hear from about 30 Latinos, first-generation graduates, and professionals … Read more

Racist photo leads to punishment for Florida students

PALM CITY, Florida. Half a dozen Florida students posed for a photo outside a high school while holding up large letters that expressed a racial slur, school officials said. The school will follow its code of student conduct in response to student action, Martin County School District Superintendent John Millay said in a statement Thursday. … Read more