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A Black student, who initially complained about the video, told HuffPost she created an anti-racism petition which earned her a bullying warning from the school.
Boris Johnson orders people to stay at home until February 15 as Covid cases surge to highest level yet.
Dena Blizzard's “A SIMPLE explanation of our Simple Hybrid Plan!” is painfully real.
The US president said the progressive lawmaker "knows nothing about the environment" and "probably never studied."
Kayleigh McEnany defended Trump's push for all schools to reopen with in-person instruction this fall, even as coronavirus cases surge nationwide.
Two universities in Canberra said they plan to hire a plane to carry 350 students into the country in July.
There will be staggered drop-offs and lunch times, with some grades starting first.
Plus Prime Minister Scott Morrison condemns racist attacks against Asian Australians.
“The education of our children hangs in the balance.”
The government will slash the price of new short courses for the next six months.
"School is going to look very different in term 2," said Victoria's Premier Daniel Andrews.
Each state has outlined their rules as the coronavirus crisis continues.
Education secretary Gavin Williamson says shutdown is "until further notice" while PM confirms exams will not go ahead.
Many parents’ concerns are growing over the COVID-19 outbreak and about whether to send their children to school.
A new study on teaching middle schoolers about sexual violence and dating abuse yields interesting clues.
A place that had once been so safe and happy became full of anxiety, sadness and fear.
Tiffani Shadell Lankford, 32, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault for allegedly attacking a student during Spanish class at Lehman High School.
The boy, a student at Creekside Elementary School in Utah, reportedly threw up a Nazi salute during the event.
The “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” star opened up about her policy on Halloween candy.
The New Mexico police officer accused the girl of assaulting a school administrator. "This proved not to be true,” his police chief later said.