Allen ISD Superintendent Robin Bullock said some staff, parents, and students received an email from hackers responsible for a recent cybersecurity attack on the district.
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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.
- Fox News
Students in Loudoun County are planning a walkout in protest of sexual violence cases at the public school system and to show solidarity with victims of such abuses.
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.
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.
Survey: 34% of white college students lied about their race to improve their admission, financial aid odds
A recent survey has found that 34% of its white respondents admitted to lying about being part of a racial minority to boost their chances of getting accepted into college. Taking advantage: The survey, which questioned 1,250 white college applicants aged 16 and up, discovered that 34% of them lied in their applications, according to Intelligent. Forty-eight percent of them falsely claimed to be of Native American descent, and about 9% of them lied about being Asian American or Pacific Islander.
- National Review
Ohio, Missouri, Pennsylvania School Board Groups Leave National Association over Letter Likening Parents to Domestic Terrorists
The Ohio and Pennsylvania School Board Associations have terminated their membership with the National School Board Association over the national group's open letter.
- KFOR - Oklahoma City
Oklahoma substitute teacher under investigation after students claim she touched them inappropriately
An Edmond substitute teacher is being investigated by police after some Frontier Elementary School students say she inappropriately touched them.
- Chicago Tribune
CHICAGO — When Columbia College Chicago issued its new policy for visitors this fall, many knew it would look different from previous years. But faculty members and staff were surprised at one excluded group: children. The college recently instituted rules limiting children on campus. The policy, which limits when and whether children can accompany parents to campus, prompted pushback and a ...
- Fox News
A member of the Loudoun County School Board in Virginia has joined concerned parents and students in calling for the resignation of Superintendent Scott Ziegler in the wake of an email that surfaced last week.
- Fox News
Loudoun parents gather for potentially explosive school board meeting after alleged assault revelations
Parents in Loudoun County are gearing up for a potentially explosive school board meeting on Tuesday, a week after a bombshell email showed that Superintendent Scott Ziegler had notified the school board about an alleged sexual assault in a girls' restroom about a month before he publicly declared that he had no record of bathroom assaults. Tuesday also marks the first school board meeting since Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin called for the resignations of Ziegler and
- Washington Examiner
Scores of students at Loudoun County public high schools walked out of class Tuesday to protest the county school board’s handling of a sexual assault that has drawn nationwide attention.
- The 74
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- Business Insider
Florida school reverses 30-day stay-at-home order for vaccinated kids - a policy based on false claims about the COVID-19 shot
A Florida private school that drew controversy after saying vaccinated students must stay home for 30 days after each dose has reversed its stance.
- Raleigh News and Observer
About 1,400 people were hospitalized with the coronavirus as of Wednesday.
- Yahoo Finance
The coronavirus pandemic continues to ravage college enrollments, with new data revealing declines compounding from last year to this fall.
Britany Carolina Munoz Ramirez and Ailton Sebastian Tirado-Martinez, both 11th grade students at Hoke County High School, were found dead on Sunday morning