The science isn't actually on school districts' side.
A new study of 915 childhood COVID-19 hospitalizations found that most involved underlying conditions.
The union is preparing to strike if its demands are not met.
The 1619 Project author thinks Terry McAuliffe had it right.
The CDC Director's Slippery Response to Criticism of School Mask Mandates Further Undermines Her Agency's Credibility
Rochelle Walensky willfully ignores the weaknesses of a study she repeatedly cited to justify "universal masking" of students.
The president rightly points out that the federal government has sloshed billions of dollars to make K-12 schools even safer than they already were. Yet many are about to close.
The charge requires proof that James and Jennifer Crumbley knew their son posed a threat and could have prevented the attack through "ordinary care."
Los Angeles Unified School District's 34,000 unvaccinated teens should not go back to virtual learning.
The appeals court is skeptical of the claim that the Texas governor's order illegally discriminates against people with disabilities.
While the press and politicians try to make the virus a political morality play, Reason keeps its head even while screaming at anti-scientific restrictionism.
"Some districts are investing big money in initiatives that don't appear at first glance strictly COVID-related."
But contrary to media reports, there's no specific evidence that masks are the culprit.
California is leading the country in student vaccine mandates that will disproportionately harm the education of poor and minority students.
A Manhattan public middle school is asking students to segregate themselves next week as part of a "two day celebration" against segregation.
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Biden Administration, School Board Association Colluded To Direct FBI Scrutiny at Parents Who Were Critical of School Boards
The National School Boards Association considers aggrieved parents essentially "domestic terrorists," and the FBI agreed to crack down on them.
A federal judge concluded that the Texas governor's ban on mask mandates illegally discriminated against students with disabilities.
Plus: Consumer prices surge, a Virginia school district talks openly about burning books, and more...
So much for politicians, educators, and public health officials learning a damn thing from Tuesday's election.
Politicians continue to ignore—or insult—independents at their peril.
From COVID-19 closures to critical race theory, Republicans can fix schools by giving families more choice.
If Glenn Youngkin Has to Answer for Trump, Terry McAuliffe Really Has to Answer for Randi Weingarten
Parents are at their wits' end and that might cost the Democrats the governor's race.
The perpetrator did not target a random student, and he did not choose the girls bathroom because of his gender identity.
"It's really important to remember why we are talking about school boards at all: because it's about white supremacy," says Jeffrey Toobin. That's how Youngkin wins.
The media mischaracterized the senator's back-and-forth with Attorney General Merrick Garland.
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Because the agency ties mask recommendations to virus transmission rather than serious cases, its guidance is unlikely to change anytime soon.
Director Rochelle Walensky characterizes the potential unmasking of even vaccinated children as being "complacent."
One-size-fits-some policies drive parents and students to seek better education options.