New Brunswick education minister Bill Hogan said a review of a policy designed to protect LGBTQ2 youth in schools would include consultation with a variety of stakeholders, but some groups are wondering why they have yet to receive a call.
Education Minister Bernard Drainville is dismissive of teachers when he insinuates that they are deserving less of a significant pay raise than MNAs, according to Liberal MNA Marwah Rizqy.
In an interview with Le Devoir on Monday, Drainville
Ukrainians that arrived in Saskatchewan after fleeing the war with Russia will now pay the same tuition rates as domestic students.
Saskatchewan has announced funding to ensure Ukrainian students who fled the war won’t have to pay the much higher
In celebration of Catholic Education Week, officials at Ecole Louis-Rheaume are giving students opportunities to learn from others.
“They always say it takes a village to help a child grow; it also takes a village to teach our children,” said
MONTGOMERY, Ala. –
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey on Friday announced she was replacing her director of early childhood education over the use of a teacher training book, written by a nationally recognized education group, that the Republican governor denounced as
A special education teacher for Fairfax County Public Schools has been charged with four counts of taking indecent liberties with a student.
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The Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation (STF) is warning that cuts could be headed for the classroom.
Rising inflation and not enough education funding in this year’s provincial budget could mean tough times ahead.
With more than three thousand additional students in
About 40 school districts in Indiana canceled in-person classes Friday after receiving emails threatening the use of explosives on several campuses.
No suspicious or explosive devices were found in any Indiana schools, according to a news release from the Indiana
As state lawmakers whether debate to fundamentally change the role of Ohio’s top education official, the woman in that position has decided to leave.
Stephanie Siddens, who has