Prince Harry said he “wasn’t as grateful” for his private education at Eton College, the $55,000-a-year boarding school he attended from 1998 to 2003.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex spoke about their experiences with education during a video call with Malala Yousafzai.
“We do take it for granted, and it is a privilege. But every single person, every single child, every single young person needs an education,” Harry said.
“At the time I certainly probably wasn’t as grateful, but looking back at it now,
Nearly 1 in 3 Oregon students learning in-person attend private schools, election 2020 preview: The week in education
An Oregonian/OregonLive analysis of state education data found that 30% of students who attended in-person classes the week of Sept. 28-Oct. 2 are enrolled in private schools.
All told, 550 Oregon schools offered some form of in-person instruction that week, teaching some 46,000 students. One hundred and seventy of those schools are private and taught 13,000 students in-person, state Department of Education figures show.
That means 6% of the state’s 560,000 K-12 students visited a classroom last week. The share of private students in the overall population is about 2%.
In order for school districts to allow in-person instruction, the
A federal judge on Friday ruled that Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’ effort to boost the amount of emergency pandemic relief that flows to private school students is illegal and struck down the policy.
U.S. District Judge Dabney Friedrich, an appointee of President Donald Trump, ruled that DeVos ran afoul of the CARES Act when she required public schools to send a greater share of pandemic assistance to private school students than is typically required under federal law.
The judge sided with the NAACP, which had brought the legal challenge against DeVos’ policy, criticizing it as a ploy to divert emergency
A federal judge ruled Thursday that the Education Department must temporarily hold off on implementing a controversial rule that would have directed congressionally approved COVID-19 relief funds away from public schools.
Under the CARES Act, some of the federal funds directed to local education agencies were to be shared with private schools. However, the Education Department under Secretary Betsy DeVos instituted a rule that would allocate those funds based on the total number of students enrolled at private schools rather than the number of low-income students attending, which is traditionally how Title I funds are distributed.
According to the ruling
Private special ed schools can restrain kids with disabilities 1,000s of times. Parents might not know.
This story was produced by the Teacher Project, an education reporting fellowship at Columbia Journalism School.
When the public school in Norwalk, Connecticut, wanted to send Barbara Profit’s children to a private school for kids with disabilities, the mother warily agreed. She had hoped to keep them in public school, but knew her two kids, ages 9