Kyle Rittenhouse Pulls Out Enrollment From Arizona State University After Students Demand Him Out of Campus

Kyle Rittenhouse Pulls Out Enrollment From Arizona State University After Students Demand Him Out of Campus

Kyle Rittenhouse has withdrawn his enrollment from Arizona State University following students had protested and demanded him out of the campus after his "not guilty" jury verdict on his murder charges.
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TikTok Removes Videos of Viral Trend "Devious Licks" Promoting Students to Steal School Properties

TikTok confirms removing viral trend "devious lick" showing students showcasing school properties they stole.
More Than 5,000 Students in a Single Florida School District Quarantined or Isolated Due to COVID

More Than 5,000 Students in a Single Florida School District Quarantined or Isolated Due to COVID

More than 5,000 students in one Florida school district have either tested positive for COVID or have been exposed to the virus.
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Fewer US Students Seek Federal Aid for College Amid Pandemic

The sudden closure of school buildings led to decline in the number of students applying for U.S. federal college aid.
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Executive Compensation at Universities and Student Loan Debt on the Rise

Executive compensation at top-tier public research universities increased 14 percent, between 2009 and 2012, and increased by a third for presidents, equaling a bump to nearly $1,000,000 in annual compensation. The ballooning of salaries for presidents at the top 25 highest-paid public-research university has coincided with student debt growth and faculty disenfranchisement for the last number of years.
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Los Angeles Nonprofit Minds Matter Prepares Low-Income Students for Higher Education

The fact that low-income students continue to face an uphill battle, as the rest of the nation's students flourish, is obvious to Bill Admans, co-founder of the Los Angeles chapter of Minds Matter, a tutoring and mentoring nonprofit. In a conversation with Latin Post, Admans talked about the status of low-income students and the ways Minds Matter has worked to improve conditions for them on a local and national level.

High School Graduation Rates Highest Ever, but Low-Income & Disabled Students Still Suffer, Especially in CA

States shooting for the 90 percent goal must focus on improving the lives of low-income students and those with disabilities, according to the report; which made state policy recommendations, including a need to foster college/career readiness - by perhaps offering financial incentives to "recover" dropouts, like Texas' policy.

Mexican-American Studies and Additional Ethnic Studies to be Offered to Texas High School Students

Hispanics (whether Criollo or Mestizo) were recognized as the first American citizens in the freshly acquired Southwest territory, following the Mexican-American War; and Latinos remained a majority in many states until the end of the 19th century. Students in Texas, perhaps, are unaware of these facts, because for a long time, Mexican-American Studies wasn't a priority in the state; however, the Texas State Board of Education has opted to Latino History lessons to the state's children, providing an ethnically oriented state-approved curriculum to Texas schools.
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