A Georgia police officer went above and beyond the call of duty and worked part-time jobs as well as his normal police hours to pay for school supplies and haircuts for kids who might not have been able to afford them otherwise.
The New School, a university in New York City, has published a guide on avoiding microaggressions.
Former Education Secretary Bill Bennett came down hard on journalists who leak sensitive information to the public.
Lawrence Jones said the political correctness movement on college campuses has spread to elementary schools where the kids are too young to know what to do.
Former UCLA professor Keith Fink opened up about his firing from the school, saying there is "no doubt" he would still have a job if his views were liberal.
The Minnesota Department of Education approved a transgender toolkit that lets male students who identify as girls use the girls bathroom and advises teachers to refer to students as "scholars" rather than girls or boys.
Trinity College in Connecticut cleared Professor Johnny Williams's controversial Facebook posts on Friday, saying his language did not violate school policy.
Jesse Watters asked Arizona State University students questions from the citizenship test all immigrants to the United States must take.
A U.S. Army sergeant made a surprise visit to a class of fifth graders he had been talking with over Face Time while he was stationed in Afghanistan.
A college professor is receiving backlash for saying that Otto Warmbier "got exactly what he deserved."
A New Jersey professor claimed her Newark school "publicly lynched" her after she was indefinitely suspended for remarks she made recently on "Tucker Carlson Tonight."
A professor who faced an angry mob after refusing to leave campus for a "day of absence" for white people gave Tucker Carlson an update.