(The Center Square) – Parental authority in education, ending critical race theory and promoting school choice were key issues that helped Governor-elect Glenn Youngkin gain enough momentum from parents to defeat his opponent Terry McAuliffe in Tuesday’s election.
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Gov. Bill Lee and Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn announced plans to review how the state funds its multibillion dollar K-12 education system.
ATLANTA — Gov. Brian Kemp announced the availability of $47 million in the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Fund, beginning Sunday. The Office of Planning and Budget will distribute the resources through an application process.
That last thing our health care and education systems need right now is a twin wave of serious illnesses.
Johnson City Board of Education incumbent Paula Treece was elected to the board in 2018, bringing her experience as a local public education leader to the table since then.
Wilhjelm joins six other contenders for three open seats.
When Gerald Sensabaugh accepted the head football coaching job at David Crockett High School, he went there with the intention of creating cha…