Children as young as elementary age are being arrested in the hallways of their schools. WBZ-TV's Christina Hager reports.
Identical college twins were accused of cheating in an exam by signaling. They won $1.5 million in damages after a jury decided they hadn't cheated because their minds were connected.
A pair of identical twins was discredited when they were accused of cheating on a medical exam. The sisters have finally cleared their names in court.
Meet the 29-year-old teacher with four degrees who wants to join the Great Resignation because she’s tired of working ‘way above’ her paycheck
The pandemic upended the teaching industry; Nina is one of the hundreds of thousands of teachers who wants out. But she doesn’t know where to start.
- Macon Telegraph
Another student stepped in to stop the assault, officials said.
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- Business Insider
A former Amazon exec was reportedly paid more than $800,000 in 2021 to run Jeff Bezos' preschool system, which mostly comprised 1 school with 13 students
Jeff Bezos reportedly paid former Amazon execs a small fortune to run his nonprofit preschool, which only had 13 students for most of last year.
- Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Texas high school football playoff schedule for the 2022 season from Class 6A through Class 1A six-man.
- The Root
The Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights is looking into complaints centered around an Atlanta elementary school that allegedly assigned students to classes based on their race, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The Black family who filed the complaint also alleges that the school retaliated against them for doing so.
- The Columbus Dispatch
Ohio State's stakeholders, which include the public, have a right to know why the decision to resign was made, Professor Judson L. Jeffries writes.
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Ten Los Angeles students appear to have overdosed on cannabis edibles Thursday at their middle school in California's San Fernando Valley, officials said. (Dec. 1)
- LA Times
Fentanyl is ruled out as a cause after multiple students with 'medical complaints' are reported at Van Nuys Middle School on Thursday morning.
Students were escorted out of Cactus Shadows High School in Scottsdale on Dec. 2 after police placed the school on lockdown following reports of an armed person on campus. Police said no suspect was found during their initial search of the school.
Even though borrowers have until Dec. 31, 2023, to apply for student loan forgiveness, many are not waiting to start the application process. By applying now, borrowers who received Federal Pell...
- The Conversation
Religious freedom and LGBTQ rights are clashing in schools and on campuses – and courts are deciding
People walk by the campus of Yeshiva University in New York City. Spencer Platt/Getty ImagesDisputes over religious freedom and LGBTQ rights in the United States have led to some of the most high-profile judicial controversies – and 2022 is no exception. For example, the Supreme Court will hear arguments Dec. 5, 2022, about whether a designer can refuse to create wedding websites for same-sex couples; a ruling is likely in late June 2023. Lately, many of these controversies have begun in educati
- Columbia Daily Herald
A Maury County mother has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the county school board after her son died in a motorcycle accident on campus.
- The Hill
Ten students were evaluated Thursday morning after a suspected cannabis overdose at a middle school in California's San Fernando Valley.
In many cases, student loan debt is discharged, but that’s not always what happens.
- The Burlington Free Press
The debate whether VT religious schools can receive public education dollars has been settled with the wrapping of two more lawsuits.
- NBC News
A Florida sheriff stunned many of his constituents this week by appearing to endorse spanking students, his comments coming during a press conference in which
- The Oklahoman
Oklahoma AG John O'Connor cited U.S. Supreme Court rulings to argue the state can't keep religious organizations from running public charter schools.
- The Courier Journal
Eli Capiluto announced in November that the Board of Trustees approved millions in funds to make university spaces more inclusive.