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Louisiana Department of Education
Louisiana, despite being well accustomed to hurricanes, has no policies in place to help public schools recover from a disaster financially.
Some Louisiana parents will soon have the option to decide whether to send their child back to school or keep them at home following a suspected COVID-19 exposure.
More than 72,000 K-12 students in Louisiana have not returned to the classroom since Hurricane Ida hit late last month, Superintendent of Education Cade Brumley told state legislative members during a Tuesday meeting.
COVID cases have been reported at all but a handful of Louisiana school districts
*Updated 2:00 p.m. Friday June 12, 2020 Congress gave Louisiana more than $170 million last month through an emergency program meant to feed kids who...
The Louisiana Department of Education has just released a report on how quickly students are improving academically from year to year. It shows that,...
When it comes to approving a teacher pay raise, lawmakers appear to be on the same page. But how to fund other areas of education, that’s where Republican…
Included in Governor John Bel Edwards’ budget proposal for next fiscal year is a fully funded TOPS scholarship program, an increase to higher education,…
For the fifth straight year, the number of students in Louisiana earning Advanced Placement credits has increased. More than 6,500 students gained college…
The annual application period for the state’s school voucher program is now open, despite uncertainty over availability of state funding.Due to a 2013…