Human Resources - Page 3

  • Thanksgiving break

    In observance of Thanksgiving, K-12 Daily will not be publishing stories Thursday or Friday, but will be picking back up next week.

    Hope everyone has a great holiday weekend!

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  • Teacher pay boost proposed in Mississippi

    (Miss.) In an effort to stay ahead of teacher protests that have sparked voter unrest in other states, Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant released a budget plan earlier this month that includes $50 million for pay raises over two years.

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  • Bus strike causes student absenteeism

    (R.I.) More than 160 elementary and middle school students in Rhode Island who normally ride the bus to school were absent for all 11 days of a recent bus driver strike in Providence, according to district officials.

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  • Transportation overhaul continues in Houston schools

    (Texas) Bit by bit, Texas’ largest school district has taken action this year to improve transportation by streamlining bus routes and piloting a student ID badge scanning system. The next step will be to reopen a handful of major bus stops, according to officials.

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  • Districts respond to shootings, adopt stricter security measures

    (Nev.) Amid a recent spate of gun violence on school grounds throughout the country, districts in Nevada and Florida are implementing policies to tighten security measures in an effort to reduce the number of on-campus shootings.

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