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- Washington Examiner
A Kentucky high school is under investigation after photos of male students in lingerie giving faculty lap dances were posted to the school's official Facebook page.
- Lexington Herald-Leader
Linda Blackford: Schools are so confusing these days. Books about the civil rights movement, no. Lap dances with administrators, yes!
- Kansas City Star
“We are so grateful to the students who came forward to make us aware of what was happening,” a district spokeswoman said.
- USA TODAY
Campus Pride, an organization seeking to provide a safer college environment for LGBTQ students, released a list of 180 unsafe campuses.
- The Daily Beast
YouTube/North Idaho CollegeA community college board in northern Idaho has been torn asunder after a wrestling coach with no apparent experience in running schools was appointed interim president weeks after its pro-mask mandate president was fired.The North Idaho College Board of Trustees booted Rick MacLennan during a September meeting, after repeatedly delaying a vote to renew his contract and a weeks-long bitter dispute over whether or not masks should be required on campus to protect the st
- Washington Examiner
A professor at Rutgers University said that white people can’t afford to have children and “kind of deserve it” in a September virtual conference hosted by a prominent black-oriented publication.
- Miami Herald
The Florida Board of Governors, which oversees all public universities, is requesting an additional $150 million from the Legislature to fund efforts to improve three Florida universities’ national rankings.
- The New York Times
MAZAR-E-SHARIF, Afghanistan — When Narges and her younger sisters were finally allowed to return to school last month, they braced for the new world outside their family’s gate. Following their mother’s lead, each layered on a black dress, black abaya, headscarf and niqab, as well as a face mask. Minutes later, overcome by anxiety, Narges’ sister Hadiya, 16, fainted even before leaving the house. When Hadiya finally stepped outside and saw a Talib for the first time, tears poured down her face.
- Lexington Herald-Leader
Photos of the lap dances on the Hazard High School Athletics Facebook page were removed, but a photo on the page of teen girls in Hooters t-shirts remained on the page Wednesday morning.
A Kentucky school system got so fed up with unruly school board meetings that they're making parents submit their opinions via email with a 500-word limit
Jefferson County Public Schools made the policy change after a school board meeting was disrupted earlier this month.
- Charlotte Observer
One teacher describes how educators “find themselves in situations where they are unable to do the basic necessities of the day, like eating or using the restroom.”
Howard University President Wayne A.I. Frederick in a letter to students and staff Monday said a weeks-long student sit-in at a campus student center "must end."Catch up fast: Students began their occupation of the Blackburn Center on Oct. 12, aiming to get school officials to address safety concerns in campus housing, and to give students representation on the board of trustees.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.Students had reported black mold, water lea
- The Advocate
Magnolia Independent School District is being sued over a policy requiring short hair for boys but not girls.
- Fox News
The Young America's Foundation's University of Virginia chapter says it's facing a wave of blowback from other students over an upcoming event meant to defend the legacy of founding father Thomas Jefferson.
- Chicago Tribune
Chicago Public Schools enrollment has dropped again, this time to 330,411 students, about 10,000 fewer kids than last year, according to numbers the district released Wednesday. “When I was in CPS my first year, in 2003, we were just under 440,000 students. Even then I was seeing declines of about 3,000 students or so. I would have never imagined seeing this steep of a decline,” new CPS CEO ...
- NY Daily News
There will be no honorary degrees or celebrity-favored certification programs for Megan Thee Stallion. The Grammy winning hip-hop superstar has announced that she is graduating college. “2021 finna graduate collegeeee, taking my graduation pics today,” she wrote Monday on Instagram, showing off her bedazzled graduation cap emblazoned with the words “Real Hot Girl S—,” a nod to her 2019 hit song, ...
- The 74
After the worst enrollment drop in a decade, colleges hoped COVID-19 vaccinations and in-person offerings would reel students back in. But early fall undergraduate enrollment data suggest “no signs of recovery”, with the nation’s public universities historically serving low-income students of color hit hardest, according to the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center. Across 2- and […]
- The 74
During last year’s racial protests in Atlanta, rapper Clifford “T.I.” Harris tried to bring some calm to the violent clashes with police by referring to his hometown as Wakanda, the technologically advanced homeland of comic book hero Black Panther. But Ricardo Miguel Martinez, president of Latino Association for Parents of Public Schools, an advocacy group […]
Reese Witherspoon Revealed "Legally Blonde" Wasn't Allowed To Film At Stanford University After Learning The School Made An Exception For Another Project
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- LA Times
A female student was allegedly assaulted in a bathroom by at least one male student. One person present filmed part of the incident.