NATIONAL: 5 Ways Teachers Can Use Virtual…

Jaime Donally wants students to experience what it's like to hold a beating heart in their hands and walk among the planets in the solar system—without leaving the classroom. As a former pre-K-8 math teacher turned technology-integration specialist, Donally spends… Read full article at Education Week

NATIONAL: Trump Administration: Don’t Rob Impact Aid…

The Trump administration does not support a proposal to use a portion of Impact Aid program funding to help expand school choice to military-connected children, an administration official told Education Week. Sources within the administration say they want to give… Read full article at Education Week

NATIONAL: Book About Transgender Child Sparks Controversy…

Two school districts in Oregon have barred students from participating in a popular reading competition because the list for grades 3 through 5 includes a book about a transgender child. Once a year, students across the country in grades 3… Read full article at Education Week

Riverside City College student has active…

More than 200 students and staff at Riverside City College will get letters urging them to be tested for tuberculosis after a student was diagnosed with the disease, Riverside County health officials said Wednesday, May 16. The student is being… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Transient charged with stalking children at…

MURRIETA — A man accused of following and harassing school children at a Temecula park was charged Wednesday with stalking and loitering. Adam Paul Baumgartel, 26, was arrested Friday night following a Riverside County sheriff’s investigation centered at Kent Hintergardt… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

HUSD Governing Board releases names of…

HEMET – Hemet Unified School District is committed to providing various opportunities to students, so they can be successful. With this goal in mind, HUSD wants to ensure that it celebrates students who achieve their high school diplomas. During the… Read full article at The Valley News

NATIONAL: Teachers who led strikes now turning…

PHOENIX — As they packed up their protest signs and returned to the classroom to finish out the school year, thousands of teachers in North Carolina turned their attention to a different fight: the midterm elections. Their counterparts in Arizona,… Read full article at The Washington Post

NATIONAL: Threat case throws spotlight on hard…

BERWYN, Pa. — When 12-year-old Nora Nissenbaum told a boy from her class she wasn’t interested in him anymore, he started texting her images of Adolf Hitler and insults such as “dirty Jew.” Nora’s parents contacted her suburban Philadelphia middle… Read full article at The Washington Post

NATIONAL: On the Anniversary of Brown v.…

Sixty-four years after the Supreme Court's Brown v. Board of Education ruling, which declared segregated public schools unconstitutional, educational institutions in the United States are still very divided by race, with over one-third of Black and Latino students attending schools… Read full article at US News and World Report

NATIONAL: Low-Income Students: More Going to College,…

A troubling good news/bad news pattern has developed among our low-income students: They're going to college in greater numbers than ever, but only a small fraction are leaving with degrees. A report released Thursday offers the latest opportunity to see… Read full article at Education Week