KMGH: Is Teaching Still Worth The Challenge?
Future educators in Colorado say it's more important than ever to have a racially diverse cast of teachers in each school.
House GOP passes parents' rights bill in clash over schools
The bill would require schools to publish course studies and a list of books kept in libraries, as well as allow parents to exam school budgets.
Los Angeles school strike ends, but no deal announced
The strike concluded after putting a spotlight on the issue of notoriously underpaid workers who serve as the backbone of schools across the country.
Book censoring attempts doubled in 2022
The American Library Association has been recording data on censorship in libraries for more than 20 years. This year's data has record numbers.
US, Canada end loophole that let asylum-seekers cross border
Authorities from both sides have been eager to end the process that allowed immigrants to pursue asylum cases without using official crossings.
FAA calls on airlines to help prevent another travel meltdown
The FAA is changing some practices due to recent runway incursion events, and addressing possible effects of staffing shortages.
Why are some citizens protesting in France?
Hundreds of people were arrested in clashes amid some the biggest protests so far against the raising of France's retirement age.