NewsClips

IASB collects and compiles news clips as a service to members, to help Iowa school leaders stay in the loop on education-related news and learn from other districts' successes and challenges.

Note: The articles compiled in these emails come from independent media sources who are solely responsible for their content and IASB does not necessarily endorse the content of the articles. Some articles may be available only by subscription.

Do you have related news to share? Send your submissions to IASB Communications Specialist Yve Sojka.
 

Breaking News from June 25–July 1, 2022

Breaking News from June 18–24, 2022

Iowa News

Statewide
Iowa’s School Enrollment Deadline Is Gone as Gov. Kim Reynolds Signs Last Bills of Session

Statewide
Gov. Reynolds Vetoes Bill That Would Let Para-educators Substitute Teach in Almost Any Classroom

Statewide
Iowa Now Records the Number of Nonbinary Students. It’s Important To Be ‘Accurately Represented,’ Student Says.

Statewide
Iowa Student Leaders Bring Concerns Over Proposed Tuition Hike To Board of Regents

Statewide
Schools Deciding How To Spend Money in State Teacher Apprentice Pilot Program

Statewide
End of Test Requirement Lifts Hurdle for Most, but Not All, Dual-language Teachers

Regional

Teaching Program to Benefit N’West Iowa

Regional
Marshall County School Districts Chosen for Pilot Program

Ankeny
Deadline on Vacant Ankeny School Board Seat Approaches; Decision Could Impact 2 Positions

Baxter
DC Lobbying Group Calls on Iowa School District To Stop Teaching a Social Justice Class

Cardinal
Superintendents Take Measures To Boost School Safety

Carroll
CCSD Board Of Education Provided An Update On The Investigation Into Bullying Complaints

Cedar Rapids
Cedar Rapids Superintendent To Take Part in Cancer Trial in Pittsburgh

Davenport
QC School District Wins $3.7 Million Grant From Iowa

Des Moines
Des Moines Schools Will Offer Online Elementary Again Next Year, Though Sign-ups Dwindling

Green County
GrCo School Board Wraps up One School Year, Prepares for the Next

Iowa City
Iowa City Community School District to Purchase Tyler Building on ACT Campus

Iowa City

Iowa City High Schools To Get New Vape Sensors

Marshalltown
School Board Talks Digital Mapping, Legislative Priorities

Oskaloosa
Oskaloosa Schools Welcome New Superintendent
 

National News

Nationwide
Biden’s Order on LGBTQ Equality: What Educators Need to Know

Nationwide
We Asked Teachers How Their Year Went. They Warned of an Exodus To Come.

Nationwide
National Education Data: More Students With Disabilities Served Over Past Decade in Public Schools

Nationwide
Thousands of Students Will Face Long COVID. Schools Need to Plan Now.

Nationwide
The Next Generation of School Shooters Grew up Doing Active-shooter Drills — And Know How To Get Around Them, Experts Say

Nationwide

Free School Lunches Waiver Set to End Amid Rising Food Prices

Nationwide
Statement from U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona on New COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility for Children Ages 5 and Younger

Nationwide
Juneteenth: How and Why It Should Be Taught in K-12 Schools

Nationwide

Op-Ed: To Counter Educator Bias, We Need More Black Teachers in Our Classrooms

Nationwide/Maine
U.S. Supreme Court Backs Public Money for Religious Schools

Nationwide
Title IX’s Next Battle: The Rights of Transgender Athletes

Alaska

Students in Alaska Drank Floor Sealant Believing It Was Milk, School District Says

Florida
Florida School Districts Are Struggling To Implement the New Parental Rights Law Without Substantial State Guidance

Hawaii
Gov. Ige Signs Bill Into Law Requiring Public Schools To Provide Free Menstrual Products

Michigan

Oxford High School Students Sue for Changes After Deadly Mass Shooting Last Year

Missouri
Federal Judge Rules Against Censoring Conservative Talk at Missouri School Board Meetings

Ohio
DeWine Praised by School Board Group on School Safety Grants

Oklahoma
Norman High School Teacher Terminated After Leaking Shooting Threat to Media

Texas
Texas Gov. Abbott Vowed To Offer Mental Health Help for All in Uvalde, but Residents Point to Roadblocks.

Texas
Uvalde Mayor Slams State Agency Investigating School Massacre, Says Elementary Building Will Be Demolished

Texas
Texas GOP to Schools: Use Live Ultrasounds To Show a ‘Preborn Child’

Texas
Locks on 340,000 Exterior School Doors Across Texas Will Be Checked as Part of Uvalde Shooting Response

Washington

WA Law Looks To Address the Trauma of ‘Active Shooter’ Drills
 

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