Parents, teachers and advocates traveled from across Texas on Tuesday to hear from Gov. Greg Abbott and make their case to lawmakers for expanding support for private schools.
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STORY: “You’ll find education videos, cooking videos, there’s a whole range of content out there, you just have to consume it if you have the time,” said New York University graduate student Anushka Singh.At the hearing, lawmakers accused TikTok of serving harmful content and inflicting “emotional distress” on young users.It marked TikTok Chief Executive Shou Zi Chew’s first appearance before Congress, and the hearing comes at a critical moment for the wildly popular video app that is owned by ByteDance, a Chinese tech company.U.S. lawmakers from both sides of the aisle quizzed Chew on whether American user data could be accessed by the Chinese government, but also demanded he address examples of harmful content posted on the app.Chew testified that while the “vast majority” of TikTok users are over the age of 18, the company has invested in measures to protect young people who use the app.
Teachers have voiced concerns that state civics training courses contradict the governor’s goal of “not trying to push an ideological agenda.”
With over 100 bars and restaurants participating, youll be sure to stay busy and learn something new.
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine proposed universal reading curriculum for young students across the state Thursday following a tour of the Lockland Local School District. The district has spent five years implementing “The Science of Reading,” an evidence based phonetic reading education system, and DeWine lauded the program as the best available for teachers across the state.
Educators fear House Bill 999 could be used to shut down Black and multicultural organizations.
A day after two school administrators were shot by a 17-year-old student inside East High School, dozens of students called on legislators to take action at the Colorado State Capitol.
Oklahoma State Board of Education discusses parental rights in schools
The ADL Center on Extremism tracked a variety of propaganda activity, from distribution of racist flyers and stickers to graffiti, posters and gatherings.
ROCHESTER, Minn. – Some Rochester leaders in collaboration with ISAIAH Minnesota will be hosting a community conversation to discuss public education funding Saturday.
Legislators debated and passed SF 496 Wednesday. The hefty bill would change what reading materials students would have access to if it were to pass the House.
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