A California middle school teacher and football coach says he was fired for what he thought was a good deed.
Whether emojis – icons that have been popularized in recent years with the rise of smartphones – can be considered a legitimate threat is now being contested in the courts.
A big controversy is brewing in San Francisco after a school board unanimously approved a proposal to give middle school students - ages 11 to 14 - access to condoms without parental approval.
A Kentucky middle school basketball game got heated fast when a referee called a technical foul on a coach.
We're not even a full week into January, but many are already calling Ron Clark "Teacher of the Year."
The attorney general of Kansas is proposing that the U.S. citizenship test become part of the middle school curriculum.
Nine sets of twins in one eighth grade class graduated this year from Central Middle School in Tinley Park, Illinois. Six sets of the twins are fraternal and three identical.
A Maryland middle school is under fire for throwing a dance and pizza party for only the smartest students, while more than 300 kids were left out. It begs the question: does this help or hurt lower achieving students?