A student inside the classroom at Robb Elementary tells FOX's Joy Addison she repeatedly called 9-1-1 begging for help as the shooting raged on, which claimed the life of two teachers and 19 other children.
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A high school science teacher asked her students to make her laugh for extra credit on a recent assignment, and her class certainly delivered.
TikToker and law school graduate is first Asian American to win Miss Texas title in its 85-year history
A TikToker and law school graduate has recently made history by becoming the first Asian American woman to win the Miss Texas title. Averie Bishop of Carrollton, Texas, won the Miss Texas beauty pageant at the Eisemann Center in Richardson on Friday.
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More than 40 seniors are continuing their softball careers in college. Here's where you can find them.
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YouTube/WFAALivid parents and students in Texas have accused their school district of implementing an “asinine” dress code for the upcoming year that bans hoodies, skirts, and dresses.Forney Independent School District held a special board meeting Monday at which members could discuss the new dress code adopted the previous week. The new code bars students above the fourth grade from wearing dresses, skirts, or skorts. All students, no matter their grade, are barred from wearing a long list of i
- Rolling Stone
The court ruled on Monday that public school officials violated the First Amendment by firing a football coach for leading students in prayer on the field
- The Root
It doesn’t take a huge leap to go from worrying about the fall of Roe v. Wade to wondering what other rights could be on the Supreme Court’s chopping block.
- Charlotte Observer
A star-studded coalition is being recruited to support a misguided plan | Opinion
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Counselors were made available for Northwood High School students affected by the loss of a recent graduate and two current students.
- The Root
While on the campaign to be the Democratic presidential nominee in 2008, Barack Obama along with Michelle prioritized keeping things as normal as possible for their daughters in the chaotic journey that was campaign life. They kept them in sports and gave them chores and later supported them getting jobs, and attending the prom and graduating from college. Here’s the evolution of the sisters before, during, and after living in the White House.
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Several South Florida high school educators are alarmed that a new state civics initiative designed to prepare students to be “virtuous citizens” is infused with a Christian and conservative ideology after a three-day training session in Broward County last week.
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Parents in the Forest Hills School District are speaking up against the board's recently approved anti-critical race theory resolution.
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Supporters of former Anderson University professor Miranda Barnett gathered Sunday to demand change in the school's treatment of LGBTQ+ people.
- Idaho Statesman
“They were taught they are animals, so don’t be surprised when they act like it.”
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Gabby Quirova asked for loose natural curls at the hair salon, which she knew could stand up to the heat and still look intact all throughout Friday’s graduation ceremony. She’d be off to college soon, at Texas A&M University-San Antonio, a place she was originally worried would be too big and confusing to navigate, but […]
President Joe Biden is expected to make an announcement this summer on whether to pursue legislation that would forgive federal student loan debts for millions of borrowers. If a forgiveness plan is...
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The “Stop WOKE Act" creates a mishmash of state-imposed speech codes that will harm academic achievement in Florida.
- The Courier Journal
Kentucky Teacher of the Year 2022 Willie Carver won't be in the running for the award in 2023. He'll be working at the University of Kentucky.
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Before the pandemic, there was no room in the budget for Kate Murphy’s children to buy lunch at school. The free meals gave the Essex Junction, Vermont, family one less thing to worry about. “We make just too much money (literally by just a few dollars) to qualify for free or reduced lunches and other food-related benefits, but not enough to truly ever feel financially comfortable,” Murphy, a mother of four and administrator at a trust company, said by email.
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'Teen Jeopardy!' Former Contestant Gets $2M In Scholarships, Accepted To 15 Colleges And Wants To Use Education To Help Black Americans
A Black teen that has been accepted into 15 of the most prestigious universities and has received $2 million in scholarships plans to use his education to work on better health outcomes for Black Americans.
- Real Simple
On this episode of the Money Confidential podcast, host Stefanie O’Connell Rodriguez turns to Melissa Jean-Baptiste, the founder of Millennial in Debt, about her journey of paying off $102,000 of debt, and her strategies for anyone else trying to do the same.