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A viral video of a Texas student choking an Indian American peer has sparked a petition against the aggressor. In a video circulating online, Shaan Pritmani can be seen being assaulted and choked by a white student in the cafeteria of Coppell Middle School in Texas on May 11. The video begins with the aggressor choking Shaan with his right arm before demanding him to stand up from his seat.
- USA TODAY
Identical twins' mother, Stephanie Deevers, said she recalls them taking advanced placement classes during the summer, just before entering 9th grade.
- Business Insider
Eric Burgess was Rosemead High School's "Golden Boy." The school district repeatedly ignored red flags that arose throughout his career.
- In The Know by Yahoo
College graduate sews rainbow flag inside her gown and ‘flashes’ conservative university: ‘I will not hide’
According to her TikTok, it's against the university's honor code to be in a homosexual relationship — so she decided to make a bold statement at graduation.
- E! News
Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos’ eldest son, Michael Consuelos shared a selfie to honor his NYU graduation ceremony. See Michael’s snap for the special day.
- The Courier Journal
If work coming out of The Louisville Christian Academy is any indication, it is private schools we need to watch more carefully for indoctrination.
A former choir teacher of a local high school is facing criminal charges after court documents say she had an inappropriate relationship with a student.
- Kansas City Star
Their organizational meeting in the school library was cut short when someone flipped over a table and it shattered.
- Argus Leader
Gov. Kristi Noem and the Department of Education announced Tuesday that three schools in the state won a combined $300,000 in fitness equipment.
- The Root
Four former teachers at Sewickley Academic are suing the school for firing them out of retaliation for acknowledging their racial discrimination, reported the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. They said the school’s termination of Black administrators last summer was racially motivated.
Mark Cuban supports Biden's proposal to forgive $10,000 in student debt per borrower as long as 'ridiculous tuition fees' are addressed alongside it: 'We don't want this being a perennial problem'
Cuban previously said canceling debt is "the worst thing you can do," but told Insider he now supports forgiving $10,000 and free community college.
A Virginia mom, who is white and Native American, is suing her biracial son’s middle school after alleging that its new curriculum altered his perception of his race and society, according to MSN.
- The News-Press
Madison Clinger of Fort Myers strutted her stuff at University of Miami graduation, wearing her Sebastian the Ibis mascot costume. The crowd went wild.
- LA Times
The enrollment drops will reshape the nation's second-largest school system and officials said tough choices are ahead.
- In The Know by Yahoo
Elementary school students made a departing teacher's day when they showered him with love.
- The Tennessean
To start back down the road of allowing public school teachers to decide which religions will be promoted and which will not is sheer madness.
- Associated Press
A 17-year-old gay student who was suspended for leading protests at his high school against Florida's so-called Don't Say Gay legislation says school administrators are now stopping him from running for senior class president. Because of the disciplinary infractions he received for leading the protests at Flagler Palm Coast High School in March, school administrators are preventing him for running for the elected student body office, Jack Petocz said in a letter posted on Twitter on Tuesday. In an email, school district spokesman Jason Wheeler said Flagler Schools was not permitted to speak about individual students' disciplinary records.
- WSB Cox articles
Lawyers say White students were allowed to carry the Confederate flag and wear belts, hoodies and hats with Confederate imagery.
- Raleigh News and Observer
Student loans: Paying my way through college in the ’70s was one thing, but times and tuition costs have changed. | Opinion
- The Hill
Taliban deputy leader and Afghanistan’s acting Interior Minister Sirajuddin Haqqani said in a rare interview that aired Monday that the reopening of schools for girls would be dependent on establishing conditions related to dress codes. Haqqani spoke in an interview with CNN about education in terms of “the situation that exists in Afghanistan concerning the…