The school board of Robert E. Lee High School in San Antonio, Texas, voted to change its name after pressure by some who say it is racist.
Police say that an officer caught 49-year-old Kelly Aldinger in the act with a 17-year-old student at Easton Cemetery on May 6.
A freelance writer in New York has shared a disturbing account of how he makes his rent: by doing teenagers’ homework for cash.
One mom says officials at the public school in San Francisco pushed her son James Ortiz to run for student council just because of his Latino last name.
Even worse, investigators who later spoke to the boy learned that this wasn’t the first time he was subjected to such punishment, Davis said.
One North Carolina school has built an indoor shooting range on its campus, converting an old, dilapidated greenhouse into a facility for its Army Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps program.
Public schools in Colorado are now being urged to remove all Native American mascots and other symbols on their campuses, unless they are specifically approved.
Dozens of schools in at least 10 states are on edge after receiving what police describe as sophisticated threats of bombings and mass shootings by phone.
The attorney general of Kansas is proposing that the U.S. citizenship test become part of the middle school curriculum.
The Department of Education is spending at least $2.5 million to teach kindergartners how to meditate, in a new program that’s being introduced in 3,000 Chicago schools.
An eighth-grader was sent home from school for wearing a t-shirt honoring fallen troops—because it had a gun on it.