Some schools are getting rid of naming and honoring the student with the highest academic achievements in his class, saying it promotes unhealthy competition between students.
A new Colorado bill to allow students to use medical marijuana at public schools is being considered this week by a state House committee.
A Brooklyn school district has reversed a PC principal's ban on Santa and the Pledge of Allegiance.
Parents are outraged after the school board in Fairfax County, Virginia, voted to change its non-discrimination policy in county schools to include "gender identity."
Students at a Wisconsin high school are boycotting the lunch program, upset over tiny portions and declining quality. Meghan Hellrood, a senior at D.C. Everest High School in Weston, talked to Ainsley Earhardt this morning to explain why she's leading the protest against the federal program, which was championed by First Lady Michelle Obama.
A Nevada father of four was told he would have to pay $10,000 dollars to see data his children’s school had collected about them over the years.
After her son was humiliated at school over a $5 past due balance, a Michigan mom decided to make sure the same thing wouldn't happen to any other students. Dominic Gant, a junior Dowagiac Union High School, said it was "really embarrassing" when his lunch was thrown in the trash in front of his classmates.
A middle school sex education book has some parents in Missouri outraged. The book called, “It’s Perfectly Normal,” is for kids 10 and up. It features cartoon illustrations of people involved in sexual acts.
A Florida student's elementary school teacher told him he could not read his Bible during free reading time. The teacher, Swornia Thomas, then called 12-year-old Giovanni Rubeo's parents and left the following message.
An outraged father spoke out this morning on Fox and Friends alongside his 17-year-old daughter, who was expelled from her Minnesota high school after a pocket knife was found in her locker. A popular honors student, Alyssa Drescher, admitted she made a mistake leaving the knife in her purse, but is questioning the harsh punishment under a zero-tolerance policy.
Parents in El Paso, Texas were outraged over an “inappropriate” homework assignment given to fourth graders at Pasodale Elementary School.
Bill O’Reilly and Charles Krauthammer discussed teaching religion in schools on “The O’Reilly Factor” tonight.