(The Center Square) – After states shut down schools and forced families into virtual learning, parents and families found new ways to provide K-12 education to their children. While doing so, support for school choice options soared, a new poll from Real Clear Opinion Research found.
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USC transfer RB Markese Stepp, if healthy, can take pressure off Adrian Martinez. That's especially critical this season.
A town square building that’s been empty for 10 years is being renovated as a dance studio and community events center.
Kim Kardashian West won’t start any new business ventures until she’s finished with law school, as she's determined to get through her last two years of schooling so she can become a fully qualified lawyer.
The 6-foot-6, 310-pound Robinson is one of many familiar faces angling to carry the momentum NU's defense built last season into the new year.
De'Vion Moore has worked in Columbia Public Schools for almost 10 years.
Megan Thee Stallion wants to use her “voice to amplify causes that are important” to her, after she joined forces with Fashion Nova Cares for their Women on Top initiative.
(The Center Square) – Faced with ongoing state lockdowns and changing school restrictions last year, frustrated parents increasingly pulled their children out of public schools nationwide and found other educational options for their children, one of which was home-schooling.