Lafayette schools got improved marks on their 2022 report card. None of the district’s schools regressed by letter grade since 2019.
State law now requires public schools to offer voter registration on campus, but prohibits political groups. Lafayette school officials want the secretary of state to weigh in on who is, and who isn’t, partisan.
The unprecedented maneuver by Biden should reach over 43 million borrowers and even wipe out loan repayments for some. Are you eligible?
[Jim] Henderson, who oversees nine different higher education campuses in the UL system, said he doesn’t expect any major changes to the tenure system.
Source: Louisiana Illuminator
Before the New York Times made it infamous, the Breaux Bridge ‘miracle school’ was a beacon. A new documentary, filmed as a scandal broke, puts T.M. Landry’s students in focus.
Here is a selection of items on the agendas for this week’s meetings of the City and Parish councils.
A majority of city residents feel like Lafayette is heading in the wrong direction. But non-city residents think we’re on the right track.
Traffic, economy, crime, Covid and education were the top issues residents cited in the quality of life survey developed by One Acadiana.
Diversity, social vitality and opportunity are big themes. A vibrant community is a place people from all walks of life are attracted to and can thrive.
For the second time this week, a proposed constitutional amendment that would have expanded the Louisiana Supreme Court from seven to nine members fell short of the needed two-thirds majority.
With just 55 hours remaining before Thursday’s 6 p.m. deadline for this session, the Senate in short order Tuesday morning duly and unanimously rejected the House-amended versions of the sports betting and mandatory kindergarten bills at the request of their authors.
Mandatory kindergarten at age 5 and the perennial argument over whether Louisiana is getting its $180-million-a-year’s worth from movie business tax credits consumed over an hour of debate each.