United States: SpaceX Plans To Provide Starlink Connectivity To More School Buses

According to a letter that was issued to the Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday, SpaceX is interested in providing children in the United States with access to the Starlink internet service while they are moving on school buses.

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Connecticut Becomes One Of The First States To Pass A Law Requiring Schools To Teach About Climate Change

Connecticut will take its place among the first states in the United States to require the education of its students about climate change.

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United Kingdom: As Energy Costs Skyrocket, One College Becomes First To Adopt A Four-Day School Week

In response to rising energy prices, a college became the first institution in Britain to implement a four-day school week.

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Florida Ranks 48th, Not 9th, In Teacher Pay

The national average income for teachers is $65,090; the average salary for teachers in the state of Florida is 4.6% lower than the national average salary for teachers.

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Marjorie Taylor Greene Has Threatened To Defund The Education Department In Order To Prevent Teachers From ‘Brainwashing’ Students

To prevent the “brainwashing” of American children by teachers, Marjorie Taylor Greene has vowed to “defund” the Department of Education.

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Kanye West Founds Donda Academy, A Private Christian School

Students will reportedly take part in “full school worship,” “core classes in language arts, math, and science,” “lunch and recess,” and “enrichment classes like world language, visual art, film, choir, and parkour.”

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Los Angeles: George Clooney Opens A New Film And Television High School

The school is referred to as “a specialized academy” situated inside the Edward R. Roybal Learning Center, and it will give “Los Angeles Unified teachers with access to famous storytellers, along with industry leaders and experts,” as well as “assist students with a rigorous academic education and practical training, creating a clear road to good-paying careers.”

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Cardi B Donates $100,000 To Her Alma School In The Bronx

Cardi B, a popular rapper, recently gave her alma mater in the Bronx a generous donation of one hundred thousand dollars. This came as a major surprise to both the students and the teachers.

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Tools and Manipulatives That Should Be Present In Every Math Lesson

It might be difficult to create an engaging math center for a classroom that the children look forward to using. Activities like doing crafts or going to the library often strike children as being far more fascinating. It is feasible for you to create a fun and interesting math center for your children, but it may require a little bit of new equipment and resources.

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Three Useful Tips For Overcoming Communication Obstacles For Students With Special Needs

Many students are at risk of having their performance suffer as a result of the underlying communication issues they face as a result of the many changes that have taken place in learning formats over the last several years, such as a rise in the number of online courses and alterations to onsite learning settings. Let’s take a look at three of the most important ways of tackling these problems.

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Latvia: Nearly 20,000 Teachers Confirm Plans To Protest

The Public Relations Department of the Latvian Education and Science Employees’ Union (LIZDA) informed the agency LETA that nearly 20,000 teachers have applied to participate in the open-ended teachers’ strike, but the registration of applications is still ongoing.

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Chilean Students Take To The Streets In Protest Over The Country’s Rejected Constitution

Students gathered at a number of Santiago’s metro stations on Wednesday to stage a protest against the rejection of a new constitution by voters. This new constitution would have, among other things, expanded social rights and enhanced environmental regulations. During the demonstration, students called for changes to Chile’s educational system, arguing that the country’s existing system is plagued by significant levels of socioeconomic inequality, technical disparities, and gender discrimination.

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