A new survey this month says so: 68% of parents are happy with the schools their children attend, but 54% considered a new school within the last 12 months.
Analysis from S&P Global Ratings and Fitch Ratings suggest 2023 may be the year vulnerable institutions succumb to the closures that government funds helped them stave off.
The Act provides sweeping changes – some, mandatory – for retirement benefit plans, expanding on many provisions in the SECURE Act.
The shooting of a Virginia teacher by her six-year-old student last week in Newport News, Virginia, has prompted a larger conversation over how to deal with such a young shooter.
Schools following the lead of the federal government and several states, that are banishing the social media app because authorities believe foreign governments could use the app to spy on Americans.
A new study published in the journal Pediatrics suggests that children who have COVID plus another virus, such as a cold virus, were significantly more likely to require oxygen to help them breathe and to end up requiring intensive care.
To make progress with DEI goals, institutions must collect data that documents the social identities and background characteristics of faculty among other things.
Planet Money podcasters explored how concepts such as exponential growth bias and the labor market matching process can be explored through a range of classic children's books.
Of the top 5 chronic conditions, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and diabetes are conditions associated with lifestyle and are frequent targets of condition management and wellness programs.
Two in 50 U.S. high schools can expect a sudden cardiac arrest event each year. Guidelines from the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine advise using an AED within three to five minutes.
A resounding 96% of apps used regularly in schools have data-sharing practices that “are not adequately safe for children,” according to a new report by the nonprofit Internet Safety Labs.
Two U.S. Representatives have proposed a bill to establish a minimum salary of $60,000 for public teachers across the nation.
A recent decision by the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit has broken new ground in the area of transgender rights under federal law.
Hiring and retaining talent is the most difficult task facing CPAs over the next 12 months, according to a survey from Accounting Today.
For students and adults struggling with chronic mental illness, the holidays can amplify feelings of loneliness and depression, according to the National Association on Mental Illness.
Last week, President Joe Biden signed the bipartisan Speak Out Act, which prohibits the use of nondisclosure and nondisparagement agreements in cases of sexual harassment or sexual assault.
The survey of 2,000 undergraduates also found that Black students are the most likely racial group to say that facilities factored “a great deal” into their decision to enroll at their college.
The DOL has proposed updates to its Voluntary Fiduciary Correction (VFC) Program, including adding a new self-correction component for employers that fail to send 401(k) salary withholding contributions or participant loan repayments on time.
The IRS is raising the fee that insurance issuers or sponsors of self-insured health plans pay annually to fund the federal Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) trust fund.
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