KSHB: Students Face Off For A Super Bowl Reading Challenge
Students in Kansas City, Missouri, are trying to read more than students in Tampa, Florida.
Biden will start emailing 813K borrowers about forgiven student debt
The Biden-Harris administration has granted forgiveness for over $127 billion in student loan debt, benefiting almost 3.6 million borrowers.
Schools in Portland, Oregon, reach tentative deal with teachers union
The agreement would end a strike that has run since Nov. 1. Students returned to classes Monday in anticipation of the deal's approval.
Student arrest, expulsion data meant to highlight disparities
The Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights released a report meant to highlight racial and disability disparities in schools.
States look to legislation to regulate AI political ads next election
A handful of states, including Texas and California, have passed laws regulating deepfakes in political advertising.
Trial for Elijah McClain could affect all health care workers
Some onlookers believe the case could set a precedent in how medical staff members like paramedics, nurses and others do their jobs.
Income program helps those formerly incarcerated stay out of prison
Several hundreds and thousands of formerly incarcerated people are released back into society each year — but not without costs.