The Louisiana State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education announced it will not reschedule a public hearing on school mask mandates after an unruly crowd forced adjournment of its Aug. 18 meeting on the matter.
It’s back to school for students in St. Bernard and St. Tammany parishes, and it’s back to masking up. While leaders are excited about in-person learning, some parents aren’t happy with the COVID safety measures in place.
By Adrian Dubose | LSU Manship School News Service
The presidents of LSU and the University of Louisiana System said Wednesday that they are reviewing how to accommodate faculty members who feel they might be at risk in returning to in-person classes this fall.
Triplets, Stevie, Steven, and Stephon Wilson, are set to graduate from Grambling State University the week of April 12, carrying on the tradition as fifth generation graduates from the university; their family has attended Grambling since the 1950s. All three grew up in Winnfield, La.
A total of 531 East Baton Rouge Parish school teachers were out of the classroom Monday, April 12, some of them taking part in a “sickout” protest of a plan to start the next school year much earlier than normal.
A top official in LSU’s athletic department, who USA TODAY reported admitted to steering allegations against student-athletes to a superior instead of LSU’s Title IX coordinator, has voluntarily stepped down from his position on the committee to select the university’s next president.
NOLA Public Schools (NOLA-PS) announced the cancellation of all distance learning and in-person classes for Monday, November 2, due to ongoing power outages across New Orleans, loss of food due to lack of refrigeration, as well as unstable internet and phone service.