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Mardi Gras parades are back in New Orleans this month and over the last few weeks, dozens of high school marching bands have returned to the streets.
As Mississippi lawmakers plot how to keep more teachers in the state, educators warn the state’s bill targeting critical race theory could drive them away.
Critical race theory has pushed back the review of state social studies standards. But the new standards don’t ever mention the concept.
Bans on critical race theory in public education are on the docket around the Gulf South. History teachers discuss how they’re feeling about possible censors to their curriculums.
Some Louisiana colleges and universities have adjusted their spring semester plans to respond to the omicron variant, though they’re taking varying approaches.
Louisiana’s public schools will reopen this week largely as planned, many without implementing guidance from the state’s health department meant to slow the omicron variant’s spread.
In a state that has some of the strictest graduation requirements in the country, New Orleans educators are challenging Louisiana to rethink its standards and offer an alternate graduation pathway to recently arrived immigrants.
College students from Louisiana, Alabama, and Mississippi share their thoughts as a new school year in the pandemic begins.
Edwards announced Tuesday that he is extending his statewide public health emergency but lifting nearly all of his remaining coronavirus restrictions, including a statewide mask mandate in Louisiana classrooms.