Up-Island schools certify over $13 million budget

The Up-Island Regional School District (UIRSD) certified approximately $13 million expense and assessment budgets for FY22 during the school board’s meeting Monday. In the fifth draft of the budget, UIRSD committee chair Alex Salop said the line items in both the general operating budget and the assessed budget had been […]

Focusing on economic diversity, Array offers free online coding classes for Wyoming teachers, students | In Our Schools

CHEYENNE – Wyoming’s first-ever computer coding school is now offering free introductory classes to students and educators living in the state. The course, which teaches the basics of the widely used programming language JavaScript, is self-paced and taught entirely online. For those who don’t qualify for the education discount, the […]

As More Schools Move to Hybrid or Virtual Learning, Construct Working with Canvas to Improve Online Learning Experiences for Students and Teachers | News

With growing emphasis on virtual learning, online program enablement is more important than ever SALT LAKE CITY, Oct. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — As more schools respond to COVID-19 exposure with hybrid or virtual learning this fall, educational technology providers focus on delivering interactive online learning that engages students. That is why […]

Keeping Schools Closed Is, Yes, Unprecedented

(Bloomberg Opinion) — First there were a  spate of teacher lawsuits aimed at keeping public schools shuttered during the coronavirus pandemic. Now we’re seeing a rash of litigation aimed at forcing schools to open. Parents in several states are suing to require in-person instruction. Private school parents have also filed lawsuits challenging […]